Guest rooms – first impression

A hotel guest room with a great first impression usually has one strong feature that is the hero of the space. Hopefully it is not so gimmicky so as to dominate the whole experience, but instead establishes itself at the top of the hierarchy where other room features follow. A truly successful room design is where all the elements salute one strong idea, to create harmony.

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The ol feature headboard, St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort, Miami bu Yabu Pushelberg.

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The casual art collection, asymmetrical.

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Classic Hollywood elegance, The Cosmopolitan, Las Vegas

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Portals and framing elements in high contrast, Crown Metropol, Perth by Blainey North.

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The calming effect of low hung pendants.

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Curved enclosure to the bathroom creating a feature within the room.

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The fashion pad; wild wall light, faux fur, blackboard and model pics.

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The elegant nana.

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Minimal simplicity.

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Rich texture with black accents.

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Japanese minimal.

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Funky loft feel.

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Understated elegance with soft hues and plenty of tonal shift, City View, Four Seasons, India, by Yabu Pushelberg.

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Corporate and masculine.

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Feature wall as the headboard.

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