I’ve spent my fair share of time in various hotels over the years. Sometimes they are just a place to stay, but other times I am so inspired by them that I want to bring certain details home with me. Today I’m sharing with you some of my favorite home decor inspiration from hotels.
1. Ace Hotel in Palm Springs, California (Above)
While one of my favorite parts about staying at the Ace was that it had an understated luxury to it, I really enjoyed the outdoor spaces. These seating areas were scattered about the hotel for anyone to enjoy. To bring it home, I’d love to have a firepit with some chairs around for the cooler nights we have in the bay area. I’ve been in love with this cast iron fire pit from Terrain.
2. Andaz Hotel in Napa, California
I loved everything about this hotel, from the smart room design to the modern finishes. My very favorite part though was the gigantic bathtub in the sleeping area. I love to take baths to relax before bed and this one was so comfortable and welcoming, I’d love to have one just as inviting in our home one day.
3. Andaz Hotel in Napa, California
Another wonderful takeaway from Andaz is the beautiful marble tile bathroom. It was spacious and I fell in love with the clean look of it, specifically the shower. The smart placement of the dial further back, and showerhead coming from the roof really won me over. Although for home use, I would prefer to see better storage options for toiletries.
4. Hyatt House in Salt Lake City, Utah
This hotel was one of the more thoughtful ones I’ve stayed in recently. Everything from the floorplan to the open space common areas was well-thought out and perfectly functional. There is nothing I love more than a functional and well-designed space. Swoon. I loved the use of the waterfall countertops in this common area and dream of having a waterfall countertop island in my own home.
5. Ritz Carlton in Grand Cayman
This may be a little more hard to achieve in a home, but I love a good view. It doesn’t have to be anything grand or amazing, but with all of the windows in our home it’s very important to have an eye-pleasing scene outside. We have a courtyard and planter boxes just outside of our windows, so I try to keep up with the garden.
One day I’d love to have a house in the forest, or on a mountainside overlooking a beautiful area but I constantly struggle with the balance between walkability and a good view.
Have you stayed anywhere lately that has little touches that you’d like to bring home? I’d love to hear about it!