This piece originally appeared on Domainehome.com.
There is much to be gleaned from the wonderful world of hotel design. A grand hotel room possesses a sexy allure and a signature luxury that often walks the line between hip and timeless. Color, mood, and practicality intermix seamlessly, from grandiose residences to modern suites. As efficient as they are iconic, these suites are full of ideas that you can translate into your own home.
1. Wythe Hotel (pictured above)
The custom beds at Brooklyn’s Wythe Hotel, a converted former textile factory originally built in 1901, are designed by Dave Hollier Woodwork and Design, using reclaimed ceiling timbers. The rooms pay homage to the building's Old-World industrial roots with a clever modern twist. Graphic wallpaper, distinctive wood furnishings, and a brisk color palette lend an air of pure sophistication.