Design staycations: five stylish spaces to book for interiors inspiration on your next getaway

Staycationing has never been more fashionable thanks to the popularity of the bougie boutique hotels. There are many interior design inspirations available, whether you’re in person or on Instagram. You might want to consider vintage posters walls, textured headboards, and sculptured lighting when you’re on a weekend getaway. Although four poster beds, a luxurious hotel design, are not for everyone, there are many ways to recreate the hotel atmosphere without breaking the bank. You can bring symmetry to your space by placing two sofas in front of each other, rather than against the walls. Or, you can scale up accessories with a larger coffeetable or grandiose lighting fitting. These design stays will help you plan your next getaway. @birchcommunityNestled in 55 acres of nature, just a 30-minute train ride away from London Birch bills itself as “looking like a hotel but feeling like a festival” thanks to the laidback lifestyle on offer once you’ve checked in. Their carefully curated “cultural program” includes glassblowing classes and soda-bread baking. This Grade II-listed property is located in Cheshunt. Imagine huge walls covered in colour pop paintwork and bare plasterwork, with mosaic flooring and exposed pipes. There’s also a Wellness Centre and a music room with a karaoke machine, two bars and The Hub, an open-plan coworking and social space. @clubjupiterukDescribed as ‘Pontins meets Palm Springs’, we can’t believe this chic space is a caravan.Head down to Maragte (well, nearby Birchington) for a stay in Club Jupiter – a completely revived 2010 Willerby Bluebird that aims to make caravanning covetable.With the soothing tones of the open-plan living space plus three themed bedrooms, the one thing that can’t be guaranteed on this classic British seaside stay? Sunshine. You won’t want it to end with decor like this. @artistresidenceAll Artist Residence hotels offer interior eye candy. But their Oxford space is particularly impressive. The original inglenook fireplace and flagstone floors, as well as Andy Doig’s neon signs and wallpapers, are just a few of the many highlights. Stay for the pub food, but stay for the interior inspiration. @therosedealThe real Deal: This boutique hotel in Bouji was once a beat-up boozer. Now? It’s a candy coloured riot, thanks to fashion-stylist-turned-interior designer, Michelle Kelly.Each of The Rose’s eight rooms has its own distinct look, feel and colour palette – think pink, green and all the colours in between. The rooms are decorated with custom headboards and bright table lamps. @thegrovehotel Located in Hertfordshire, 18 minutes outside of London, The Grove is affectionately known as the “country house hotel for Londoners”. Martin Hulbert Design designed the interiors. @boundaryldnMore than a hotel (there’s also a bakery, food store and a rooftop restaurant), this complex is set within a former Victorian warehouse in Shoreditch.Masterminded by Sir Terence Conran, each of the 12 rooms (and five suites) takes inspiration from an iconic 20th century designer or design movement.You’ll spot carefully curated furnishings and decor in every one, just like this divine Eames chair. @zettertownhouse This eccentric Georgian townhouse has country hotel vibes, but it’s actually located in Marylebone.