If you are a daily reader here, you’ve already seen the “after” pictures of my hotel designs for The Chancellor Hotel, in Fayetteville, AR. Luxury hotels are a haven away from home for many folks, so I was honored to design two suites for a hotel in a city that means a lot to me personally!
And this month, I’m SO excited that Erin over at House of Turquoise chose to share them too! Click through on the photo below to read her comments on the Chancellor Suite, which was inspired by the dramatic play between that deep teal shade and the bright buttery yellow and that plush velvet texture! It was a very fun project for me, and I hope you like the results.
Hospitality design is not my bread and butter, so to speak, but the whole concept of hospitality really resonates with me and inspires every single design I do.
Design inspired by hospitality means–to me–making a guest (even a homeowner) feel comfortable, cared-for, in an atmosphere of ease and enjoyment.
To feel accomodated in daily life: that is my goal for every one of my design clients!
Whether it’s ample vanity space and light in a bathroom or dressing area…
Or a comfortable and private sitting area in a bedroom suite..
Amenities are such an important part of living well, both at home and away!
And since there’s a good chance many of you are hosting friends or family this week, now might be a good time to have a look at a post I wrote on Guest Bedrooms a while back. It hits major points of hosting, whether for one hour or one night or a week.
Consider your hosting efforts an important part of your giving this holiday season, and enjoy the chance to see those near and dear to you that you may not get to see much of the time.
p. s. I’d love the chance to host YOU and one of your friends at Designer MBA this January 8-10! Come learn what you need to know about how to build a profitable design business in 2013!