Beleco Design are an award-winning, full-service interior design firm dedicated to transforming notable properties around the globe into beautiful yet functional environments. This company has created many outstanding hotel interior design projects that we would like to share with you!
The Gray Hotel – Chicago’s best in bespoke fashion
Kimpton’s award-winning The Gray Hotel — named for its original Georgia Gray marble — blends contemporary design elegance with historic charm. Inspired by the finely-tailored suits of London’s Savile Row, we used delicate suit fabrics, velvet and lace to balance the cold, hard interiors with softness and sophistication. Shades of blue and rays of light whisper serenity throughout the hotel’s 293 rooms while lovingly-curated artwork punctuates the walls with subtle, historically-solid humor.
JW Marriott – An oasis of quiet luxury
JW Marriott’s brand promise is “quiet luxury, crafted experiences and intuitive service,” so that’s exactly what we designed when we renovated the JW Marriott Denver Cherry Creek hotel. Luxurious gold and silver finishes — a nod to Denver’s mining industry — punctuate the light, airy hotel room decor while thoughtful details like a ledge at the entry foyer for keys, wallets and other important items keep guests’ needs front and center. As the hotel operator said on the day of their reopening, “These are the most beautiful rooms in town.”
The Darcy Hotel – A rose by the name of Darcy
Located in the heart of Washington D.C., just minutes from The White House, the 226-room Darcy hotel interior design gives Rhode Island Avenue a little taste of la vie en rose. Guests will immediately notice artist Kirk Maxson’s gold sculpture of Washington D.C.’s official flower, the American Beauty rose, behind the reception desk when they check in. In fact, much of the hotel design is inspired by the rose, including the carved wooden archways and the hand-tufted area rugs in some of the guest room decor.
Hotel Monaco – A vibrant gem in the heart of Steel City
Pittsburgh has long had a serious reputation, which is why Kimpton Hotels wanted to bring in Monaco, its most fearless, light-hearted brand. Our challenge: to create hotel interior that embodied Monaco’s playful aesthetic yet felt authentic to the building’s 1902 Beaux-Arts exterior (formerly home to Reed Smith law firm and the Duquesne Light Company). Our solution: to bring the region’s rich history to life through bold colors, materials and artwork, transforming the hotel decor into the city’s very own statement piece.
The Lodge at Sonoma – Buzzy comfort in Wine Country
Our guest room renovation at this luxury resort interior design helps guests stay connected to the beauty of Sonoma County after a long day of wine tasting. After they walk into the bedroom interior design, guests are grounded by carpets that resemble the cracked, dried earth of summer vineyards. Shades of ripeness, from bright green to deep burgundy, surround them in cozy yet contemporary furniture. Wooden desks and headboards add rustic touches while elaborate stitching evokes the local artisan culture. Even the bedside lamps, which resemble vintage olive oil jugs, illuminate the room’s whimsical, harvest-themed artwork to help lighten the mood.
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