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Ryan
1958 Mid Century Modern Remodel- Sunroom Conversion
Ideabooks1,463
Questions4
HOTEL letters. Not sure where I would use these but I kind of like them
guest bedroom hotel sign
Hotel lobby...Hotel letters
“4 season room.” — nanballein
Atmosphere Interior Design Inc.
1 Review
2011 HHL Bathrooms
Ideabooks5,912
Questions15
hotel style towel rack combines with towel storage
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 the toilet, as the height of the fixture will help balance the area.
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 the toilet, as the height of the fixture will help balance the area.See more ideas for stashing bathroom towels
“Towel rack” — neemasavvides
Rachel Reider Interiors
5 Reviews
Living Room
Ideabooks6,896
Questions8
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 day traveller. 3. Build upon the existing retro chic branding in a unified and fluid way. The result is a sophisticated
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 very important to respect the rich history of the inn throughout the design" Rachel says. "Many of the original 17th and 18th century details
“bordo” — celenitab
Ryan
1958 Mid Century Modern Remodel- Sunroom Conversion
Ideabooks3,124
Questions7
Hampton instead of Hotel interesting rocker . . . comes in colors
instead of hotel or something
hotel lobby...Hotel sign...HOTEL letters...HOTEL lol
“sárga kanapé” — Csaba Budai
Contemporary Bedroom
Ideabooks3,055
Questions8
Ok, it's a hotel bedroom, not a bathroom, but still. Wow, how crisp and professional.
Nice 'hotel' style. One thing bothers me. This is a condo. Most are small and rarely have walk In closets, so where do they put their clothes?
feel of a hotel room
Hotel room...hotel style bedroom...Hotel look
“celling31” — debabrata91b
Claudia Leccacorvi
3 Reviews
While at CHil Design Group
Ideabooks11,034
Questions9
actual hotel room. Remind them that this hotel does not come with room service.
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 pillow completes the look. The straightforward palette is sophisticated and calming.
“Fotografia” — Jessika Cavallini
Supon Phornirunlit / Naked Decor
Supon Phornirunlit/ Naked Decor
Ideabooks3,028
Questions3
seen in a hotel lobby in Thailand.
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 to make sure they were all watered and decided to make a change."The reflecting pool is surrounded by a delightful mix of
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 clever inexpensive local finds. By "local," I mean the nearest IKEA and Pier 1 Imports.
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. He created a relaxing Far East atmosphere by gathering inexpensive umbrellas, chairs and elephants from Pier 1 Imports and Ikea.See the rest
“Round lights pool and backyard” — tc66
Adam Breaux
New Orleans City Guide
Ideabooks64
Questions0
Must-Stays Hotel Monteleone Location: 214 Royal St. Cost: From $169 a night Noteworthy: The hotel offers Author Suites, dedicated to famous American writers from the South who have either stayed at the hotel, written about the hotel or both. Ernest Hemingway
at the Hotel Monteleone, as did other notable celebrities who now have suites named after them, including Truman Capote, Tennessee Williams, Eudora Welty and William Faulkner. The hotel is in the heart of the French Quarter, so it's ideal as a base from which to explore the city. The building was originally
-StaysHotel MonteleoneLocation: 214 Royal St.Cost: From $169 a nightNoteworthy: The hotel offers Author Suites, dedicated to famous American writers from the South who have either stayed at the hotel, written about the hotel or both.Ernest Hemingway stayed at the Hotel Monteleone, as did other notable
“Elevation” — shivainfra1
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