This stunning bedroom makes up in stylish design what it lacks in square footage. Designer Lori Dennis coordinated a striped canopy with chocolate-brown bedding for a feeling of slight enclosure and elegance.
A graphic rug provides the foundation for this soothing gray-and-brown bedroom. Textures, from the quilt to the pillows, invite you to sink into the space, while contemporary bedside tables and lamps add style.
This gray contemporary bathroom features a double-vanity design with a Carrera marble countertop, glass-tile backsplash, and polished chrome sconces and fixtures. The sleek mirrored medicine cabinets add storage and polish to the space.
This small bedroom gets the spa treatment with a hotel-style upholstered headboard and modern bedside table. Traditional sconces and a round table with a pretty tablecloth bring traditional style into play.
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.
Design firm Reunion Goods & Services has worked on a number of properties with Oliver Hospitality including the recently opened Fairlane Hotel in Nashville. Director of Interiors at Reunion Laura Flam describes the firm's retro style as entailing "a passion for history, both in architecture and art. We combine that knowledge with more contemporary sensibilities to create spaces that are layered with detail and feel both timeless and yet forward-thinking."
The Crawford Hotel inside the still-active Denver Union Station, is an 1881 rail station, and a registered National Historic Landmark. The hotel retains the building's rich history while embracing a modern lodging aesthetic. The impressive Beaux Arts-style Great Hall serves as both the hotel’s lobby and the place where travelers wait for the train. This grand and bustling space includes Martini side tables from Restoration Hardware. The clocks are original while the dazzling chandeliers are impeccable recreations.
Once the center of the American slave trade, Charleston is a city always contending with the good and bad of its history even as it has transformed into a food-centric and sophisticated Southern city where wealthy New Yorkers and Hollywood types flock for the easygoing pace and refined lifestyle and have scooped up homes at a ravenous pace that has threatened to price-out locals. Charleston is consistently named one of the country's top cities by glossy travel magazines and websites beguiled by its idiosyncratic beauty and charm. Homes, gardens and the people of Charleston are exceptionally gracious (especially so considering the 7 million tourists who flock to the city each year), furnishings lean toward the traditional but there is experimentation galore when it comes to the arts and food. There are endless options in high-end lodgings from the nouveau luxe Hotel Bennett to the bespoke, chic Zero George whose epic porches are the local answer to Prozac.
This massive bedroom boasts ornate gold trim and tall mirrors, along with a pair of purple fainting couches. From the inlaid marble floors to the gold trimmed ceilings, this is a bedroom fit for a queen. Gilt moldings, sinuously carved marble and intricate ceiling frescoes add to the suite's elaborate decoration.
The wall-mounted faucets in this contemporary bathroom are perfectly suited to the modern, classic lines of the design. Large crystal and chrome vanity wall sconces illuminate the space evenly, and add lots of style to the sleek gray space.
The traditional guest bathroom at HGTV Dream Home 2011 boasts an upscale hotel style while keeping it simple with neutral tones throughout. Polished chrome fixtures stand in contrast to a crisp white subway tile shower.
A glass shower wall and large windows give this hotel-style bathroom an open, airy feel. The bathtub surround provides a sitting area for dressing or safely exiting the tub. A simple, sparkling chandelier completes the look.
The chocolate brown walls recede into the background, adding depth and comfort to this transitional bedroom. The slipcovered headboard and white hotel-style bedding give the room a more modern point of view in contrast to the antique desk and console.
As seen on HGTV's Design on a Dime, fresh blue paint on the walls, crisp bedding and orange curtains add chic boutique hotel style to this bedroom. A bulky footboard was removed from the bed for a better view of the fireplace.
Art deco elements combine with boutique hotel styling to create a fresh, modern look in this living room. Keeping the scale of the furniture small allows for the mixing of patterns and colors. Jewel tones give a formal finish to the casual room.