Hotels are no longer just a place to lay your head when you’re traveling. They’ve become aspirational spaces that many seek to emulate in their own homes. That’s why Rima Suqi asked London-based designer Martin Brudnizki to break down how he transformed the interiors of the Beekman Hotel in Elliman Magazine. He aimed to create a space that “feels like a family-owned hotel that has been here since New York’s inception as a destination for worldly travelers, passing through the generations as each member made their stamp.” This translates to pared-back architectural details and carefully chosen layers from different eras. Here are his tips for how you can implement the Beekman Hotel’s décor in your home.
1. Start with a Bold Couch
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