9 Amazing Hotel Bedrooms to Inspire Your Own
There is much to be gleaned from the wonderful world of hotel design. A grand hotel room possesses a sexy allure and a signature luxury that often walks the line between hip and timeless. Color, mood, and practicality intermix seamlessly, from grandiose residences to modern suites. As efficient as they are iconic, these suites are full of ideas that you can translate into your own home. Keep scrolling for major inspiration.
The custom beds at Brooklyn’s Wythe Hotel, a converted former textile factory originally built in 1901, are designed by Dave Hollier Woodwork and Design, using reclaimed ceiling timbers. The rooms pay homage to the building's Old-World industrial roots with a clever modern twist. Graphic wallpaper, distinctive wood furnishings, and a brisk color palette lend an air of pure sophistication.
The Bowery Hotel's iconic red blankets and throws are a nod to classic New York. Exposed brick walls, rich woods, and floral draperies with all the charm of an English garden bring about a clever mix of old and new. The vibe is as intoxicating and charismatic as the city itself.
Masculine hues and sumptuous leathers compose an industrial yet warm space. The Southwestern rug and pop of bright red beautifully harmonize with a deep sapphire blue throw.
A fresh take on the gallery wall, an eclectic selection of photographs and prints across the same horizon line adds visual interest and streamlined cool.
Designed by artist Federico Saenz-Recio, this distinctive space is unexpected, architectural, and warm. The pared-down white linens and crisp furniture allow the artwork to take center stage. If walls could talk, we'd hope these might pass along an elaborate DIY tutorial.
Two hours from the bustling Metropolis of NYC, Hotel Dylan is a countryside retreat with an eclectic, youthful voice. Colorful throw pillows and patterned, statement wallpaper feels energetic yet poised. The found, vintage style is grounded in neutrals, with effervescent pops of bright turquoise and cherry red accents.
Philippe Starck weaves his signature magic through the rooms and suites of Le Royal Monceau. In the heart of Paris, the color palette is appropriately romantic and divinely chic. Calming hues and lavish textures of velvet and marble evoke an ultra-luxurious mood.
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