Check out these four design-forward hotels for interior inspiration that spans from hospitality to the home.
The Spectator Hotel
This award-winning boutique property located in the heart of Charleston’s Historic District transports guests back to the glamorous era of the 1920s, marrying Art Deco style with an air of Southern Charm. The lobby enchants upon entry with colorful vintage furniture, abstract art pieces and an extravagant three-tiered chandelier consisting of 1,800 hang-strung glass crystals.
The Pinch, a new luxury boutique hotel developed and designed by Philadelphia-based hospitality company, Method Co., in partnership with New York-based architect Morris Adjmi Architects, takes from the existing building’s architecture. The Pinch’s interiors showcase a timeless appeal, with a crisp, streamlined aesthetic that creates a contemporary look. Warm tones from traditional materials such as clay, stone, and original wood, melded with modern design elements create a multilayered look.
Inns of Aurora
Set upon the picturesque waters of Cayuga Lake in the village of Aurora is luxury boutique resort Inns of Aurora. Five pristinely restored historic homes are decorated inns and enhanced with in-room fireplaces, balconies, and an extensive collection of original art from founder Pleasant Rowland’s personal collection, including works from Wolf Kahn and Helen Frankenthaler, as well as antiques like hand-beaded South African chairs and 14th Century Chinese baskets.
citizenM Seattle Pioneer Square
The team behind citizenM Seattle Pioneer Square includes long-time partner Amsterdam-based firm Concrete. Spaces are all about bright and popping colors. The hotel showcases works by notable and rising local artists such as Anthony White, Harold Hollingsworth, Natalie Krick, and Mary Iverson, filling the space with a curated, yet eclectic mix of eye-catching contemporary art.