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Day 21 – 12th June – Quarantine Room Design Notes – Wall Panelling

It’s interesting how the light plays off the thin gold lines. How it moves with you when you move across the room. The sleek minimalist design is sombre with that grey, but with the gold lines, it’s also alive. And the hint of Art Deco those lines give, I like very much. An added dose…

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Day 20 – 11th June – Quarantine Room Design Notes – Bed

Requesting for fresh sheets is done via the WhatsApp messaging app. I make the request once a week which I think is reasonable. That’s how often I change my bedsheets at home, anyway. By the way, the mattress is HEAVY, even heavier than it looks. 👏🏽Respect👏🏽to all the housekeeping ladies (and men) for the back-breaking…

Day 18 – 9th June – Quarantine Room Design Notes – Television

A 55″, it’s huge. Well for me, anyway. I only have a 32″ at home. I’ve never been much of a TV person, since ages ago when I could start getting news online. And at anytime I want instead of at a fixed time. And enjoy different viewpoints because I could access many different websites.…

Day 16 – 7th June – Quarantine Room Design Notes – Painted Pelmet

Another splash of gold, this time more yellow than the shade above the headboard. It’s pretty, but not something I would replicate at home as it’s a bit too flashy for my taste. However, I appreciate it here for the added glittery sparkle to the room, thanks to the swirly brush strokes. It livens up…

Day 14 – 5th June – Quarantine Room Design Notes – Rain Shower

Oh my God, I absolutely adore the rain shower set in my bathroom here. I don’t recall bathing under one being as utterly delicious as this one in this hotel room. I try to never linger under the glorious downpour of water, but I can tell you it’s not easy! And since I’m isolated on…

Day 13 – 4th June – Quarantine Room Design Notes – Headboard

The headboard has a mock sewn-in diamond tufting look which nicely matches the diamond pattern of the drapes. I rather like the sewn-in tufting (otherwise known as blind tufting) look of the headboard, which does not show buttons or other objects holding the indentation in place. It’s a more modern take on the luxe look,…

Day 12 – 3rd June – Quarantine Room Design Notes – Graphic Design

Hardly ever given a glance, but the most important sign in a hotel room is the one detailing where the nearest exit is in the event of an emergency. I don’t think most people bother to read the evacuation plan, but if they’re scrambling to do so because the fire alarm had just been set…

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