This method is more expensive, as the production of this kind of headboard is rather laborious and time-consuming. Nevertheless, the original headboard is a real decoration of the whole room. Today, fabric and leather upholstery combination is especially popular, as well as metal rim around the headboard, and various inserts and inlays, and a headboard curved at the edges.
Small accessories can also bring a bit of resort feel to your bedroom. Use aroma candles, cute night lamps, and woven baskets to get the vacay feel going and create a more intimate atmosphere in your bedroom. Also add a bed foot bench for a luxury hotel-like feel.
The more daylight there is in your bedroom the better. Natural lighting sources are the best way to create light and airy feel of a resort bedroom. Skylights, big windows, and glass walls can all increase the amount of daylight in your bedroom. An access outdoors is better yet as it creates an indoor/outdoor feel that is often there in resort hotels.
As we’ve suggested in our previous post on how to create a perpetual night sky in your sleeping chambers, creative lamps can do the trick. From laser star projectors to simple night lamps, lighting can fill your room with atmosphere and beautiful projections that will instantly turn a regular bedroom into special one.
Many resorts have natural color schemes and materials so you can go the same route. Wooden beams and canopy can make for an atmosphere of a remote resort far from cold winters and bad weathers. Coastal color schemes can also make for a resort-like feel in your bedroom.
Since furnishings are so refined in traditional bedroom opt for a statement headboard to add character to the room as well as create a focal point that will instantly catch the eye. It can be patterned tufted headboard or one of these creative alternatives that will fit your bedroom decor.