Stylish Plus One Berlin Hotel Room by Paola Bagna

There are lots of ways in which you can make a hotel room seem inviting and beautiful. Opulent and glamorous interior decors are an easy approach but they don’t always get the same level of appreciation. Most people prefer something simple, maybe something that has a story to tell and that has important significance.

This room is part of a Berlin hotel and it’s quite beautiful and stylish, even without featuring eye-catching, opulent features. In fact, the room is as simple as it can be. It was decorated by Paola Bagna and it was a project that focused on re-using and reintroducing salvaged materials into modern environments. The idea was to take a modern approach but to use salvaged pieces and to make them useful again. These pieces are beautifully showcased in the room.

The designers avoided the use of dividers in order to obtain more usable floor space. The goal was to create a flexible interior design with an eclectic décor that would incorporate multiple influences and elements. This way the result would be a versatile space with a flexible interior, lots of storage space and an overall familiar and inviting interior. This room looks like a mini-apartment and it has a cozy and inviting look, typical to private homes. It’s a way of making the guests feel welcomed and of making their transition to this space easier.{found on designboom}.



Published by in Hotels & Resorts, on August 1st, 2012

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