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By Martine Bury
We love luxe hotel rooms—crisp white sheets, zero clutter, room service and chocolates on the pillows at bedtime. When a big-ticket getaway isn't in the cards, though, it's still possible to feel pampered and spoiled in your own bedroom. Here's your complete guide to getting the sumptuous hotel-feel at home.
White & Bright2 of 17
Luxury hotels secret decor trick-of-the-trade? A fresh and relaxing all-white scheme, like at the Singita Mara River Tented Camp in Tanzania.
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Infuse your space with natural colors and fabrics to help achieve a Zen-like African-inspired suite.
Pattern Play4 of 17
At the Wythe Hotel in New York, a feature wall of damask paper makes an otherwise understated room feel lavish.
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A minimally decorated bedroom can still ooze sophistication.
American Splendor6 of 17
Neutral colors, warm wood and layered mix-and-match fabrics at The Farmhouse Inn in Russian River Valley, Calif., is the secret to this room's mix of cozy hideaway-meets-summer-house retreat.
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Traditional pieces create a cozy atmosphere whether at home or on vacation.
Jewel Box8 of 17
At the Gramercy Park Hotel in New York, super-saturated color makes the bed the star of the show, with a supporting cast of sophisticated furnishings in complementary hues that balance the red and blue.
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Primary colors can feel sophisticated (and not like a crayon box) if they are saturated and bold.
Royal Retreat10 of 17
Deep purples and a clash of colorful Missoni Home fabrics—on the headboard, pillows and sheets—turn this room at the Hôtel Mont-Blanc in Megève, France, into an art-inspired, wood-paneled haven.
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Bold purple color and designer sheets makes a bedroom feel rich and expensive.
Minimal Stress12 of 17
Zero clutter and a single pop of color in the rug, like this room at The Standard Spa in Miami Beach, keeps a room cool and calm.
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Rugs are an easy way to warm up a room and keep an otherwise quietly decorated room interesting.
Parisian Mood14 of 17
Bedside sconces add a soft glow to the dusty rose palette of this room at Le Royal Monceau, Raffles in Paris while multiple reflective surfaces amp up the feeling of old world romance.
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Add luxurious fabrics and finishes to achieve a sophisticated European feel in your bedroom.
A Dreamy Escape16 of 17
At San Giorgio in Mykonos, natural materials, mosquito netting and traditional textiles help create the ultimate breezy retreat.
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Gauzy fabrics with bright textiles are the essence of vacationing in the Greek isles.