Take inspiration from a chic hotel bedroom when thinking about redesigning your own bedroom. This stylish bedroom is at the Hotel Yountville in Napa Valley, California. What makes this room so chic and stylish while simultaneously being comfortable? Let’s take a look.
This is not a huge space yet the layout creates both a sleeping and a sitting area. A fireplace tucked into the corner adds a romantic, country touch. The fireplace can be seen from both the bed and the seating area. The bed faces the French doors leading to a private terrace—what a lovely view to walk up to. The white painted beamed ceiling and darker floor makes the room feel more spacious. The dark walnut wood floor anchors the lighter palette of the room. The ebony four poster bed and writing table stand out in the airy room.
The colorway is kept to a simple palette of white, gray and tan, with black and orange accents. White sheers soften the dark lines of the four poster bed. Pale stone gray walls create a soft backdrop for the furnishing and accents in the room. Colorful accents in throws and pillows make it easy to change the colors with the seasons or your mood. A black floor lamp and black and white art tie into the color of the bed. Neutral upholstery in tan and pale gray linen adds texture without adding color and pattern. Natural elements, like the driftwood table and jute rug, add organic elements along with the stone fireplace.