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Atmosphere Interior Design Inc.
1 Review
2011 HHL Bathrooms
Ideabooks7,211
Questions15
hotel style towel bar above toilet
You might also consider adding a hotel-style towel bar to increase your towel storage
hotel style towel rack on wall exiting shower
Hotel style towel rack above toilet balances space and provides storage
Hotel style towel bar - over the toilet idea
Hotel style towel storage Train luggage storage
Cabinet color and hotel-style towel bar
I like the hotel style towel rack; it
You might also consider adding a hotel-style towel bar to increase your towel storage, easily and elegantly. This is an especially helpful solution if your only available wall space is above
“Towel rack” — ipatton
Contemporary Bedroom
Ideabooks3,465
Questions8
the feel of a hotel room
Ok, it's a hotel bedroom, not a bathroom, but still. Wow, how crisp and professional.
hotel bedroom config
Hotel room...Hotel style layout...Hotel style bedroom
“fffff” — Mamunur Mamun
Ryan
1958 Mid Century Modern Remodel- Sunroom Conversion
Ideabooks1,614
Questions4
guest bedroom hotel sign
Hotel lobby...HOTEL SIGN
“lettering mcmillan lettering” — Home Stylist
Bagnato Architects
RESIDENTIAL CHURCH CONVERSION
Ideabooks6,875
Questions10
Main bedroom designed like a luxury hotel suite
This is a wonderful space. What really gives it a soothing hotel suite tone are the built-ins across from the bed. Any info/additional face on pics on this feature? Thank you!
The owners wanted the master bedroom to feel a bit like a plush hotel room. Sheer black curtains, charcoal wallpaper and an artichoke-recalling light add to this effect.
Take style cues from hotel roomsWith glamourous grey all round, it’s not surprising to discover that this main bedroom in an
church-turned-home has been designed to create the feel of a luxury hotel suite. What a great way to remind yourself that you have no more jobs to do for the day.
The owners wanted the master bedroom to feel a bit like a plush hotel room. Sheer black curtains, charcoal wallpaper and an artichoke-like
“color” — honeyhanifar
Rachel Reider Interiors
5 Reviews
Living Room
Ideabooks7,169
Questions8
The plan of attack: 1. Create common spaces that would serve as an anchor for a cohesive design throughout the hotel. 2. Preserve as many of the hotel’s charming 17th and 18th century historical details as possible while updating the interior to meet the needs and tastes of the modern
modern day traveller. 3. Build upon the existing retro chic branding in a unified and fluid way. The result is a sophisticated yet inviting boutique hotel that pays homage to the property's history. Case in Point: The vintage sign dates back to 1882 and serves as the anchor for the lounge space. "It was
“Retro chic” — fewilson
Claudia Leccacorvi
3 Reviews
Fairmont Pacific Rim
Ideabooks3,209
Questions8
for hotel suite
hotel like space that functions
hotel room...Massey hotel...Hotel style
“Bedding” — jbolandrn
Claudia Leccacorvi
3 Reviews
While at CHil Design Group
Ideabooks11,929
Questions9
the fairmont Pacifc Rim Hotel, Vancouver.
into this piece. There were also accommodation for electrical so we could incorporate the wallsconce. This interior is from the fairmont Pacifc Rim Hotel, Vancouver.
With beautiful linens like these, your guests may mistake the room for an actual hotel room. Remind them that this hotel does not come with room service.
more contemporary look, pare down the decorative pillows, but attend to the details. I want to stay in this room so bad! It has that high-end luxury hotel feel that we all strive for. Again, simple white linens, a luxurious throw at the end of bed (I really want this to be cashmere) and one simple decorative
“Door” — Vahideh Verne
Supon Phornirunlit / Naked Decor
Supon Phornirunlit/ Naked Decor
Ideabooks3,229
Questions3
by one he'd seen in a hotel lo
An incredible, 8-inch-deep reflecting pool, inspired by one he'd seen in a hotel lobby in Thailand.
What is behind all those curtains in the sitting room? An incredible, 8-inch-deep reflecting pool, inspired by one he'd seen in a hotel lobby in Thailand. "This was once a simple 800-square-foot deck, with 200 to 300 potted plants on it," Phornirunlit explains. "I realized it took about two hours a day
Inspired by a hotel lobby in Thailand, Designer Supon Phornirunlit brought home the idea of a reflecting pool to his home in Washington D.C., furnishing most of it with
Designer Supon Phornirunlit looks for inspiration on his world travels. A Thai hotel lobby's reflecting pool inspired him to lose his high-maintenance plant collection on his deck in Washington, D.C., and replace it with a shallow pool
“globe lights” — amandasmith808gmailcom
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