13 Cozy Hotel Room Décor Hacks to Steal for Your Own Place

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There’s nothing lovelier than checking into a hotel that makes you feel so at home that you’re sad to leave when it’s time to actually go home. This recently happened to me when I stayed at Bernardus Lodge & Spa in Carmel Valley, CA. I arrived on a cold, drizzly night to a room featuring a blazing fire, heated bathroom floors, gorgeous adjustable lighting, a super-inviting jacuzzi, and fluffy beds with cashmere throws at the ends.

The next day (when it was a little sunnier), I was given a tour of the property, which sprawls over 28 stunning acres of orchards and gardens in Northern California wine country. Every inch of it was gorgeous, but my favorite part were 14 large, ultra-private new luxury villas built into the hillside with verandas overlooking idyllic views. Decorated by interior design firm Arcsine, the rooms were chic and sophisticated, with al fresco fire pits, hammered copper soaking tubs (which I’ll probably dream about for months), and a palette of soft neutrals and rich earth tones that gave off a soothing, stay-and-relax vibe. You can imagine why it wasn’t easy to check out.

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Luckily, if you’ve had a similar travel experience, there are some ways you can bring the cozy, stylish vibe of well-designed hotels to your own home. Ahead, check out some visual inspiration from some of our favorites, plus shopping picks for how to recreate the looks yourself.

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A cashmere throw at the end of a bed, on an armchair, or couch adds instant soft luxury.

Photo: Bernardus Lodge & Spa

a & R Cashmere Blend Waterweave Throw, $129; at Gilt

A plush black throw makes a leather couch look cuddly.

Photo: Ace Hotel New York

Faux Sheepskin Throw, $49; at Urban Outfitters

A bistro table and chairs bring cozy French charm to an  airy, industrial space.

Photo: Wythe Hotel

Bistro 3-Piece Compact Dining Set, $70.74; at Wayfair

A leather ottoman encourages you to kick your feet up and stay awhile.

Photo: Bernardus Lodge & Spa's new villas and suites

Tablet Tufted Leather Ottoman, $799; at Article

Shabby-chic wallpaper makes a bedroom feel homey.

Photo: Wythe Hotel

Kaleidescopic Crest Wallpaper, $198; at Anthropologie

Simple white bedding looks more inviting with a bright blue headboard above it.

Photo: Hotel Saint Cecilia

Safavieh Cory Headboard, from $219; at Gilt

Rich-hued furniture and accessories bring atmosphere to a basic living room.

Photo: Hotel Saint Cecilia

Nola Stacked Lamps, $99; at Gilt

The right lighting warms up a simple dining area.

Photo: The Press Hotel

Caravaggio Matte Black Pendant Light, from $395; at YLighting

A well-placed armchair and lamp create a welcoming, cozy reading corner.

Photo: Wythe Hotel

Engage Bonded Leather Armchair in Tan, $565; at LexMod

Soft lighting brings warm, calming vibes to any bedroom.

Photo: Bernardus Lodge & Spa

Lansbury Ash Wooden Tripod Floor Lamp, $119, and Silk Lampshade, $69; at Habitat

When in doubt about how to create coziness, go with velvet and candles.

Photo: Iron Horse Hotel

Solaria Hurricane Candle Holders, from $299; at Crate & Barrel

A wooden credenza warms up the cold tech vibes of a flat-screen TV.

Photo: Loft 523

Sauder Soft Modern Entertainment Credenza in Pale Oak, $265; at Hayneedle

A touch of nature is an easy way to bring an earthy feeling to a room.

Photo: Iron Horse Hotel

All-Natural Birch Branches, $6.95 apiece; at CB2

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