How to make Your Bedroom feel like a luxurious Boutique-hotel

Written by

Mathilda Wibom Westerberg

Mathilda Wibom Westerberg

Mathilda is the founder of Juniper, and she loves sharing tips about getting the hotel experience into our homes.

Part of the joy of staying in a luxurious boutique hotel is the bed, the fluffy pillows, and the soft linens. What most of us are doing first when walking into a hotel room is to lay down on the bed and just breath out. Then there are the amenities that make you feel calm and satisfied, everything from the delicious-smelling room spray to the clean and organized nightstands next to the bed. However, the most incredible thing is that you could get this feeling in your home with just a few quick fixes. Are you ready!?

A lot of pillows

Have at least two long and two standard pillows in your double bed. It creates a cozy and warm feeling but also brings your mind to a better hotel experience. And I promise you that when it is time to go to bed at night, you will look forward to snuggling in.

Two single duvet covers instead of one large duvet cover

I know this might surprise some of you, especially those who sleep with one large duvet cover today. A few years ago, my husband convinced me to switch to two single duvets, and it has had such a positive impact on my sleep experience. There is never a fight about the duvet, and it is easier to keep the right body temperature throughout the night cause of the airflow between the duvets. I am still working on convincing some of my very stubborn friends!

Room spray 

Try to find a scent that brings you back lovely vacation memories cause then every time you enter your bedroom at night. Those memories will remind your body and mind to get the same harmony and calmness before going to bed.

Don’t make a mess!

When you come home after a long day and walk into the bedroom, you want it to feel inviting. A few easy tricks to get that feeling are making your bed in the morning and trying only to have 2-3 things on your nightstand. Another one is to keep it clean in general. All the clothes or things that we easily throw on a chair next to the bed create a mess. It is even better to throw your stuff in the wardrobe or any other hidden space because a mess will only make it harder for you to get true peace of mind when going to bed.

Have a good weekend everyone!

Mathilda

Mathilda and Juni
Me and my daughter Juni on the streets of New York.

Written by

Mathilda Wibom Westerberg

Mathilda Wibom Westerberg

Mathilda is the founder of Juniper, and she loves sharing tips about getting the hotel experience into our homes.