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Wednesday
Nov052014

A HOTEL WITH A COLOR STORY

If you're a color lover then I have the perfect dose of color for you today. At the The William Hotel in New York guests are welcomed to a feast of vibrant colors from the moment they walk in through the doors. From floor to ceiling, each floor of this hip hotel is designed in a different glowing monochromatic palettes of blue, teal, pink and yellow. Grey tweed furniture together with neutral accents serve as the perfect balance to such a intense burst of hues. It's a magnificently well told color story. Which is your favorite room?

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Tuesday
Sep022014

SLEEPING IN THE PAST

The opportunity of staying in a Middle Age monastery doesn't come along very often, especially in one that has been gorgeously transformed into a luxurious hotel. "What we wanted for Fontevraud was not the classic hotel and restaurant experience, but something unique; a journey between tradition and modernity that reinterprets the story of Saint-Lazare for the future, marrying emotion, sensual pleasure and poetry," explained designers Patrick Jouin and Sanjit Manku of Agence Jouin Manku who steer headed the stunning renovation. With a simple palette of wood, metal and fabrics the creative duo created a serene atmosphere that complements and brings forth the history of the building. Simply put, this hotel is a heavenly place to kick back and relax.

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Wednesday
Aug062014

DANISH HOSPITALITY

It's no secret that Danes have an exquisite taste in design, and that their hotels are no exception to this rule. The recently opened Hotel SP34 is one of the newest additions to the impressive line up of design hotels in Copenhagen. The hotel, formerly known as Hotel Fox, was completely revamped by architect/designer Morten Hedegaard into a chic 118-room boutique hotel. Designed with the staple Nordic aesthetic, the hotel is decorated in a soothing grey and white palette with deliciously warm details in wood and leather. No doubt Hotel SP34 should be on the top of anyone's list traveling to the Danish capital any time soon.

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Friday
May022014

ART NOUVEAU MEETS MODERN ELEGANCE

Celebrating the building's 100th anniversary, the Parisian jewel Hotel Vernet underwent a jaw-dropping restoration by interior designer François Champsaur. The results: a wonderful combination of Art Nouveau and modern elegance. Besides its stylish new interiors, the hotel houses a magnificent glass ceiling designed by none other that Gustave Eiffel himself—a rather good reason to pay the staple hotel a visit. Happy travels!

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Monday
Apr142014

COLONIAL MEETS INDUSTRIAL MODERN

One of the many things Mexico City is known for is for its modern and innovative architecture. But this colonial revival stunner is also a sight to be seen. Located in ‘El Zocalo’ right in the city center, the beautiful Downtown Mexico Hotel merges the magnificent Mexican colonial style with a contemporary and industrial vibe. The new, modern identity and character of the boutique hotel was conceived and designed by Cherem Serrano Arquitectos. I'm amazed how brilliantly they incorporated such a basic material as Mexican red bricks to create sculptural dividers in the guest rooms and also as protagonist in other areas of the hotel. I love the whole juxtaposition of the old and new!

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Tuesday
Jan142014

WARM MINIMALISM

This might not look like your typical hotel room, but rather like a fabulouusly designed set of a futuristic movie. But these minimalist interiors are in fact part of the new OKKO Nantes Château designed by Parisian designer Patrick Norguet. The four-star hotel in West France promises a very unique lodging experience to its guests and one to be remembered for the stylishly warm and minimalist rooms where white is king.

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Monday
Oct142013

THE BEST OF TWO WORLDS

A beautiful fusion between old and new, the d-hotel in Kortrijk, Belgium offers its guests a different lodging experience. A windmill from 1841, a farmhouse and a the newly built futuristic structure come together gracefully to form this state-of the-art hotel. Each of the 45 rooms has a unique design concept, and all of them exuding glamour and serenity. The d-hotel truly brings out the best of both worlds.

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Wednesday
Oct092013

CONCRETE DREAMS

Fall is the perfect time of year to give your bedroom a little makeover and cozy it up for the cold months ahead. The look of raw concrete is probably not the first thing that comes to mind if you want to add warmth to the room. But its rich texture and delicious gray tones are enough to infuse character to the decor. This rustic walls are mostly found in converted lofts and industrial spaces, but with the help of  concrete wallpaper  you can easily reproduce the effect and create a feature wall that will make your bedroom sing.

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