Your bedroom may not have all the space of a guest suite, like the one planned for West Elm Hotels, but you can draw inspiration from the home retailer's visionary space. A cart to hold items for a nightcap or reading material could serve as an attractive and multi-functional item beside a bed or in a sitting area. Or bring local art or bespoke furniture for a hospitable home.
Nantucket's 21 Broad Hotel features a crisp white palette throughout that evokes a coastal feel. This hotel room incorporates colorful artwork and accessories like a throw pillow and vase for a warm, bright ambiance.
Unexpected design elements come together beautifully in this beachfront hotel room. A black mesh curtain separates the bedroom and bathroom’s galvanized tub and stone sink. The four-poster bed is adorned in white bedding and flanked with two tables for a nightstand. The blue beaded light fixture adds a fun pop of color to the space.
Several chairs and a couple of sofas define sitting areas in this great room in Nantucket's 21 Broad Hotel. The transitional room's white palette and blue and yellow accents contribute to the hotel's cool, coastal vibe.
Beautiful leather chairs and a round dining table echo the elegance of a simple circular light fixture and coffered ceiling in this timeless hotel dining room. Built-in storage, strong molding and a stunning area rug build on the classic European influence to create a warm space that feels familiar and personalized.
Hot pink walls spread a diamond pattern throughout this colorful sitting room. A tufted purple bench with a circular design sits in the center of the room atop a leopard print rug. A green sofa rests against one wall, while a turquoise sofa fills a window nook on the opposite end of the room. A pair of black and white chairs completes the eclectic seating area.
Who wouldn't want to stay in this rustic style hotel room? The main feature in this bedroom at the Ace Hotel is an exposed black brick wall. A platform bed made with white and black linens anchors the room and side tables with black table lamps act as bedside tables. The room's hardwood is laid in a zig-zag pattern, Chevron-like pattern and an antique table and stool act as a work station.
Designer Claire Paquin's plan for this great room was client-driven — a center chandelier is inspired by a fixture at the Biltmore Hotel the homeowners remembered seeing at their wedding ceremony. The chandelier perfectly fits the architecture of the home, harmonizing with the large wood beams and high ceilings for a dramatic look.
Housed in a former brewery, Hotel Emma is a stylish jumble of industrial-meets- refined. The lobby, which was once the engine room, has conscientiously retained the original exhaust fans used to ventilate, the turbine-like ammonia compressor and the king valves, which controlled the flow of ammonia.