Why book staycations when you can chill out at home?
Be it the luxurious materials, warm lighting, or cosy colour schemes, a hotel certainly has a way to soothe the most stressed out minds. And it’s no surprise that more and more homeowners are opting to deck out their homes in a similar fashion – after all, who could say no to a permanent vacation?
So, if you’re keen to give your home a look the likes of Andaz, Lloyd’s Inn, or the Warehouse Hotel, check out the interior firms listed below!
1. Rockin Spaces
With a portfolio dominated by sleek, luxurious projects, Rockin Spaces is one firm that has got the hotel look down pat.
Other than being familiar with the elements of a hotel-luxe look, they’re also well-versed with the different types of hotel looks. Scroll through their portfolio, and you’ll find homes that look like 5-star hotels, boutique hotels, and more!
Established in 2019, Artspaze is a relatively new firm on the block – and yet, they’ve already built up an impressive portfolio of hotel-like homes that will catch your eye.
They believe in “building homes that tell stories” about their homeowners, so as a potential client, expect a highly-personalised experience with their designers, attuned to your every need and interest.
3. SHE Interior
From glitzy, glamorous styles to warm, welcoming themes, SHE Interior is yet another firm that belongs on this list.
While the renovation process can be daunting at times, they're more than capable of taking care of it for you, as they offer services such as space and budget planning, 3D perspective drawings, and even free design consultations.
4. MAD About Design
Luxury interior design is a speciality of MAD About Design, having helmed projects that exude an air of understated elegance.
While functionality and aesthetics are clearly important to them, they also focus on finding a balance between the different aspects of the home – such as colours, materials, and even the space layout – which may be why their projects look as seamless as they do!
5. Jialux Interior
If the layout and materials are the foundation of a hotel look, the furnishings and fittings are the ones that complete it. And while not every design firm offers interior styling services, Jialux Interior is fortunately one that does.
They don’t just provide advice on overarching elements like colour schemes – they’re also able to help you look at tinier elements like feature lighting and window coverings, going as far as finding the specific model that’ll fit your home!
6. Prozfile Design
Prozfile Design prides themselves on their contemporary and luxury design style – and looking through their portfolio, it’s clear that the proof is in the pudding.
While modern-luxe homes run the risk of looking overly extravagant, you’ll find that that’s not the case here. Instead, they prefer a more subtle type of luxury that culminates in a cosy, yet still elegant home.
7. Summerhaus D’zign
“Elegant spaces with clean lines” is how Summerhaus D’zign describes their projects – which is the most apt description one could have about them.
While most renovation projects tend to be headed by a single designer, the team from this firm work together on a fitting concept before presenting the first draft, ensuring that they’ll leave no stone unturned to create the perfect home for you.
8. The Interior Lab
Boasting a huge 30-member team, The Interior Lab is a design firm that has dabbled in different types of designs – including modern-luxe looks that fit right into any hotel catalogue.
From customised furniture and finishings to personalised built-ins, they take care of the finest details in the hope of bringing your dream home to life. Plus, they’re one of the few firms that have been bestowed with the Qanvast Supertrust accolade four years in a row – proving that they’re a (very) trustworthy firm.
Creating an original, timeless abode is what HOFT is all about – and really, what’s more timeless than a classy hotel look?
No two projects look the same, and that’s all thanks to their unique design approach, drawing inspiration from their interactions with their clients, as well as exploring new styles and elements that ensure constant evolution.