In the first post in a series sponsored by John Lewis, interiors stylist and blogger Emily Blunden from Atticus and Finch gives her take on one of the retailer’s key 2012 interior trends – hotel chic.
The diversity in top hotel décor around the world is truly inspiring for any interior design fan. Long gone are the days of mediocrity and blandness along with the copy of Gideon’s Bible in the bedside drawer. Welcome to the world of independent, individual and aspirational “boutique hotels”.
San Francisco-based studio SB Architects has designed the Hillside House project.
This 2,116 square foot, four story, contemporary home is nestled on the hills of Mill Valley, a city in Marin County, California, USA, located about 14 miles (23 km) north of San Francisco via the Golden Gate Bridge.
Located in the Sassi area of Matera, a town in southern Italy, Sextantio Le Grotte della Civita is the only hotel in the world located within the natural extravagance of prehistoric caves!
This world-class hotel represents the most spectacular and well-preserved example of a town where thousands of caves have been used for centuries as dwellings, churches and even palaces.
Brisbane-based studio Donovan Hill has converted a former wool store into this beautiful contemporary apartment.
Located in Teneriffe, an inner city suburb in Brisbane, Australia, the apartment features three bedroom, two bath, exposed brick walls and 100+ year old polished concrete floors.
This gem is currently on sale: buy it now!