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You know that feeling you get when you walk into a hotel room and you just want to fall on that big white bedspread with the fluffy pillows? Here are some tips from three hotel brands – Renaissance, Baccarat and Loews – on how to create that same serene and inviting atmosphere at home. Toni Stoeckl, vice president of Marriott's Lifestyle Brands, offers these tips for a similar approach in home design:For example, a large, bright red work of abstract art near the hotel's front desk is comprised entirely of buttons, but you can't see the buttons until you get close.The button art was inspired by the hotel's neighborhood: It's in Manhattan's Garment District, and many of its design elements are connected to the apparel and fashion industries, from little ceramic sewing machine decorations in guest rooms, to quotes from famous designers placed on coffee tables in the club lounge. Lighting is sometimes overlooked in home design. Lighting your home isn't just about finding the perfect lamp, Hyers said.
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