I love being inspired by hotels because they have to be practical (something I cannot stand being) but they also have to be incredibly cool! A lot of them don’t have a lot of space to make an impression but still they do. Here’s some tips I’ve picked up:

  1. Sweat the details. Everything on show has to look beautiful. From light switches to the covering on a cushion. Tactile, touchable and as good looking as it possibly can be. From magnifying mirrors (latest obsession) in the bathroom to TV remotes in a nice storage box.
  2. Hide anything ugly away. I am a master at this, there is nothing (apart from Monkey’s toys) on display that is not beautiful. It makes the biggest visual difference ever!
  3. When you create harmony your create balance and when you create balance you create a truly relaxing space. You can do this through echoing colours, shapes and materials together throughout your space. It makes mixing things super easy and I am a little (a lot) addicted!


Thanks for your tips, how can we beautify by furniture in a limited space.

Fitmywardrobes Kitchens

“Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful.
William Morris”

Bunny Warren

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