Week of November 18, 2019 – Places to Stay

Top 5 Design Posts of the Week

We just wrapped up exhibiting at BDNY and Thanksgiving is right around the corner. Travel and hospitality are on our minds! Whether you have family looking for a place to stay or you just love hotel design, these five posts are sure to inspire.

1. To Your Health

Go Inside the World’s First Equinox Hotel, Architectural Digest

You might be familiar with the health and wellness brand Equinox who earlier this year opened their first hotel in New York. Their bar and lounge area looks especially cozy with a roaring fireplace and warm brown décor pieces.

2. Whimsy in Manhattan

Getaways: The Whitby Hotel, Traditional Home

This whimsical hotel in New York is a treasure of a design by Kit Kemp. Every guest room has a different color scheme and artwork, so each guest experience is unique. It’s definitely a fun departure from cookie-cutter guest suites you might find at other hotels.

3. Feast for the Eyes

An Appetite for Annapolis, Home & Design Magazine

A lot of cooking (and dining out) happens around the holidays – according to the National Restaurant Association, around 14 million Americans eat in restaurants on Thanksgiving. These stunning restaurants have you covered in case you want some kitchen and dining design inspiration.

4. Home is Where the Haute is

Brand Identity: Renaissance, Hospitality Design

No matter where you are travelling for the holidays, it’s reassuring to know that when you step into a luxury chain like Marriott’s Renaissance hotels you can expect a high level of design. This article traipses through a few marvelous spaces from around the world – each with its own flair.

5. Mi Casa es su Casa

10 Cozy A-Frame Cabins to Rent on Airbnb, Conde Nast Traveler

In case you’ve been out of the loop the past few years, you’ve probably heard of the booming popularity of Airbnb. If you’re looking for ways to make a house welcoming to guests, these spaces are a great resource to start with.


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