HOSPITALITY DESIGN - INSPIRED BY HOTEL LES ROCHES ROUGES

Photo by Lucy Williams of Fashion Me Now

Hello world! Wowie, it’s been a hot minute since I have gotten to post on here. For those of you who don’t know, my husband and I are currently working at a winery on Waiheke Island in New Zealand for the season, and WOW has it been busy and consuming most of my energy these days. It is peak tourist season out here, and we are HUSTLING the wine. Want to know about a fabulous island-grown Syrah or a Bordeaux style blend? I’m your girl!

On the more creative side of things, I am happy to present to you a new room design inspired by the lovely Hotel Les Roches Rouges – yep, you’ve most likely seen this beautiful space all over Instagram and Pinterest, but how could you not post tons of photos of this space? It is quite the photogenic scene. Hotel Les Roches Rouges is located in a town called Saint-Raphael in one of most iconic of places, the French Riviera. This gem of a vacation destination overlooks the Mediterranean, and it proves to me once again that the Mediterranean is having a major design rebirth over the past few years. 

Hotel Les Roches Rouges gives off an approachable and relaxed spot to vacation while also maintaining an aesthetically inspiring and coastal cool atmosphere. Created by the team of Perseus, Hotel Les Roches Rouges is designed for the modern traveler, and it has a modern design to match. The building originates from the late 1950’s; however, it has been reimagined by architects Hugo Sauzay and Charlotte de Tonnac of Parisian design firm Festen. The hotel gives a nod to the mid-century, French modernism that reflects the time of the 50’s and 60’s while also staying current with pops of earth tones, modern art, and custom-made furniture. I love the layers of natural elements like woods, wovens, linens, and terra-cotta. Sprinkled throughout are vintage finds making for a flawless balance of old and new. The entire vacation space feels abstract while also managing to stay organic and cohesive.

So here it is – a room design inspired by the glorious Cote d'Azur hotel. It’s warm, it’s relaxed, and it’s modern and refreshing. Perhaps this design is my way of manifesting a future Airbnb? Also, if you would like to see more beautiful imagery of what inspired me for this design, then please keep scrolling!


Sources: Art , Ceramic Vase , Ceramic Pot , Terra-cotta Candle , Frida Kahlo Book , The Smiths Book , Oak Sideboard , Ceramic Planter , Lamp , Wooden Stool , Rug , Leather Chaise , Basket



Photo by Nicole Franzen

Photo by Nicole Franzen

Photo by Nicole Franzen

Photo by Lucy Williams of Fashion Me Now

Photo via Coco Kelley

Photo by Lucy Williams of Fashion Me Now

 
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