Get a Room! 20 Seductive Master Suites and Hotel Guestrooms
Pardon us if you think we’re being too forward, but in the spirit of Valentine’s Day we thought you might like to see some of the sleekest, sexiest, and most romantic bedrooms—both residential and at hotels and resorts—recently featured in Interior Design projects.
In this IIDA award-winning residence, the master suite is luxurious, spacious, and light-filled.
The master bedroom features a ceiling in silver foil and walls in silver metallic geometric by Astek.
A custom bronze chimney delivers warmth to the open-plan master suite.
The warm beige and tan palette invites relaxation, while a smattering of gold leaves makes a statement over the bed.
Charcoal velvet swathes the wall while royal blue velvet covers the chair and ottoman duo.
Uspenieva created a painting for the wall behind the Estetica bed’s headboard.
The caretaker’s cottage provides a shelter immersed in nature.
White curtains and sheers billow past the aluminum-framed sliding doors.
This minimalist bedroom’s sheer netting infuses wispy whimsy while orange chairs and a footstool by Harry Bertoia add a bolt of color.
Giancarlo Mattioli designed a table lamp in the bedroom, which can be closed off from the sitting area by a polyester curtain.
Housed in cubic one- and two-story concrete buildings, the suites surround an expansive free-form pool.
The poolside suite’s bed, rug, and throw are all custom by Pawson, and the photograph is by Tal Shochat.
The suite’s focal walls are debossed with patterns resembling abstracted enlargements of leaves that might be found on an ancient Chinese scroll.
A bathtub in quartz composite stands in the corner of a guest room overlooking Iceland’s Blue Lagoon.
An acrylic tub outfits the bathroom in a standard guest room.
The wallpaper is patterned with a photograph of the Château de Chambord.
Headboard walls achieve a faux-plaster effect with Romo wallcovering.
In the Venus suite, a custom leather-upholstered wardrobe and matching luggage rack rest on polished-granite flooring.
Artwork inspired by the neighboring botanical garden hovers above the headboard.