If this quarantine has led you to an executive decision to start a renovation or a reshuffle, Beautiful Lifestyle team has got you covered. Here is our selection of luxurious hotels that are now offering their furniture and decorative items for sale online.
Who wouldn’t love to spend some time at a five-star hotel with their luxurious yet cosy interiors? While travelling is still on halt for some time, let us improve our living spaces with premium-class furniture and top design items.
Fans of farm chic might want to check out interiors and furniture by BlackBerry Farm. The hotel offers various items including cherry bedside tables as well as its iconic porcelain used at Barn restaurant.
Soho House network’s online store will take you straight to the USA, India, and then England in just a few clicks. Their diverse styles will most certainly appeal to those who are planning their renovation.
True fans of New England style will surely enjoy the selection of furniture offered by 33 Main hotel. Interior designer Annie Selke personally selected the furniture and decorations for each room to underline the cosy English style.
The Netherlands’ Pulitzer Amsterdam offers an exclusive bed made of oak. The item comes with a bedside sofa and tables.
Astro Motel cooperates with furniture designers and modern artists often purchasing vintage and premium-class furniture at auctions. Their efforts translated into a vast line of exclusive items for sale.
Those who miss their sunny days in the Maldives should head to Soneva Fushi resort’s website to purchase some of the glass items made out of recycled materials. Each piece is only made in one copy!
Singita network of safari hotels offers a range of decorative elements finished in the African style. The website offers a wide range of artefacts and artworks.
Modern art fans might very well be impressed by the range of decorations offered by Ian Schrager’s Edition online store.
Italy’s Le Sirenuse hotel sells crockery, exclusive ceramics, and plates made of Venetian glass.
Another entry from Italy is Bottega Egnazia. The resort can help you turn your living space into a real piece of the Apennine country. The website offers textile, hand-made ceramics, and food.
The online store of the Dominican Republic’s Renaissance Santo Domingo Jaragua Hotel offers original vases and decorative pillows.
Ritz-Carlton network is selling crockery, interior decorations, and bedsheets. The website also offers skincare products, and scented candles as seen in the rooms.
Emilio Pucci himself has created an exclusive limited collection of silk pillowcases with prints of Florence on them for the Savoy network.
Japan’s conceptual Trunk hotel is selling home goods made of recycled materials. Among other items, the online store offers candlesticks adorned with a herbal design.
By purchasing furniture and interior decorations you may renovate your place nicely but also support the tourism industry in these uneasy times.