Reno Right: The Hotel experience, tiles, teak, and clean lights!

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I love sleeping on hotel beds. How can I enjoy a similar experience at home?

For the five-star hotel bed experience at home, take a leaf out of the Four Seasons Hotel’s book. Its sleep experience includes double-walled windows, gasketing around door frames and its centrepiece – the Four Seasons Bed and its 300-thread count bed linen.

The bed is 75cm high, instantly giving you the feeling of loftiness. The hotel worked with Simmons Bedding Company to design a proprietary mattress with a heat absorbing core that keeps you cool and comfortable throughout the night; the mattress also features pocketed coil motion separation, and a choice of three toppers.

All beds come with a signature topper for classic comfort, but side and back sleepers can request a softer mattress topper to reduce pressure points on hips and shoulders. Front sleepers will enjoy a firmer topper that allows the spine to fall into its natural curve.

Crisp white sheets are a must for the luxury-hotel look. After the mattress topper is laid, cover it with a fitted sheet, followed by a flat sheet. A down comforter (covered in a white quilt or duvet cover) is next. Have at least four pillows for a queen or king-size bed, and use pillow protectors for a smooth finish. Complete the look with one or two cushions.

TOPICS: Renovation