October 13, 2012
There’s no denying the charm of a five star hotel, with its major luxuries and minor amenities. While part of your pampering may lie in having someone launder your towels for you or providing plenty of miniature bars of soap, it's also in the space's layout and design. There's a comfort in having an entire living space within your bedroom. Why not bring this same comfort and luxury into your own home? Turn your master bedroom into a hotel suite you'll never have to leave.When remodeling your master bedroom, you'll want to start from the ground up. Giving your space hardwood flooring is key to capturing the rich luxury of a hotel suite. Anderson Floors understands luxury and elegance, which is why the company offer the Casitablanca collection of engineered Spanish hickory floorboards. These planks have been masterfully crafted by skilled artisans, so that each is a work of art unto itself and no two are alike. Produced from this rare wood species, this collection is truly a feat of unparalleled and exotic flooring - which you're sure to feel every time you see it.1. Morning kitchen. One of the great perks of luxury hotel rooms are the morning kitchens, that small bit of granite with a sink and coffee maker. If you're lucky, there might be a small electric burner or even a microwave. Imagine sliding out of bed to pour yourself a cup of gourmet coffee, then lounging around in your pajamas on the duvet. Not a bad way to start the day.2. Couch and coffee table. The other charm of luxury hotel rooms are the way in which they combine the bedroom with the living room. While lounging on the duvet is enjoyable, once you're showered and dressed, why not pour a second cup of java and kick back on the couch to finish the newspaper? It's also a great spot to catch some TV before bed.3. Luxury spa. Of course, it's not all limited to the bedroom itself. Give your bathroom the spa treatment as well. Towel warmers, an expansive tub or even his and her sinks can all help to give your space that extra touch of glamour.4. Balcony. What's more iconic to the classiest of hotel suites than a balcony overlooking city vistas or ocean views? Give your own bedroom a balcony with wide French doors - it's also a great way to air out the room quickly and let in fresh air.