Transform Your Bathroom With Hotel Style
Check out some simple ideas for getting the luxurious hotel bath look you want.
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What separates a lowly motel from a swanky hotel? Quality toiletries in irresistible miniature containers. So go ahead and treat yourself to luxurious bath products like Gilchrist & Soames, featured at premier resorts around the world. Their Chamomile Sample Kit comes complete with aromatic bath foams, exfoliating tea soaps and spa-quality shampoos in beautiful packaging. To display your tiny toiletries, arrange them with care on an amenity tray. It's not only neat and tidy, it's like a minibar for your bathtub.
The Penthouse Sweet
The penthouse at the Setai Hotel in Miami costs $25,000 a night and offers flat-panel televisions for your entertainment. That makes the idea of getting your own LCD television for your hotel bath seem reasonable! And the grand suite at Little Palm Island charges $1,900 a night and greets you with a bottle of chilled champagne. Save yourself $1,800 and get a Kraftware Brushed Chrome Ice Bucket and the best bottle of bubbly you can afford. Then fill the tub with bubbles, settle in for a long soak and watch your favorite movie until the water gets cold. Don't forget to hang the "Do Not Disturb" sign on the door first!
Photos by Jennifer and Kitty O'Neil
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