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LIVE 24-SEVEN KOKO INTERIOR DESIGN BOUTIQUE HOTEL INSPIRED BEDROOM


Koko Interior Design is the result of many years’ experience working with award-winning design teams in London, creating the interiors of high-end private residences and luxury hotels in the UK, and internationally.


With a wealth of industry knowledge and meticulous attention to detail, Koko Interior Design provides a tailored approach to each project delivering a professional and bespoke design service.


achieving the ultimate in hotel opulence. Dress with crisp white cotton bedding and pillows with a high thread count for an indulgent luxury feel. A large deep buttoned bed frame or stitch detailed headboard adds a sense of grandeur, balance with heavy nightstands. If space allows, place an armchair and side table - perfect for reading a book or to use whilst dressing.


Curtains add further dimension and help to frame and tailor the room, creating a more intimate space. If height is not restricted floor to ceiling curtains are a wonderful option and curtaining off one wall will create a more boutique look. Use sheer fabrics layered on top of blackout fabrics for blocking out the natural light.


Lighting is one of the most important considerations. Invest in key pieces of oversized statement lighting such as pendants and side table lamps. The use of technology through smart lighting gives you the freedom to control the mood creating pockets of ambient lighting in areas of the room.


Here we guide you through our blueprint to creating a boutique hotel inspired bedroom....


A key factor is to focus on clean lines. Use fabrics, materials and flooring in sophisticated neutral or earthy tones against contrasting dark oak, lacquered and wenge wood finishes. Introduce textured wallcoverings to create depth and drama to the room.


The bed should be the focal point with everything placed around it. Keep it symmetrical and opt for the largest bed that the room can accommodate. Scale is important in


Finally, keep accessories to a minimum with a few signature pieces for a more streamlined feel.


Decorative vases, pieces of artwork and scented candles displayed in varying sizes and heights will pull the entire scheme together.


For more information on Koko Interior Design services, consultations and collaborations contact them directly via the details below.


Credits: Axolight, B&B Italia London - bebitalia.com, Cheetah Design, dar lighting & Tom Dixon Furniture


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www.kokointeriordesign.com info@kokointeriordesign.com 07939 978797 HENLEY IN ARDEN OFFICE: by appointment


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