Hotel Interior Design: The Prospect by Martyn Lawrence Bullard ⇒ Hollywood Regency has never looked so good as in the new luxury hotel in Los Angeles, The Prospect!
Martyn Lawrence Bullard is perhaps best known for his impressive residential work with celebrities such as Cher, Tommy Hilfinger and Elton John. Recently, the interior designer was responsible for the hotel interior design of a new hospitality boutique venue in the Whitley Heights neighborhood, in Los Angeles. Entitled The Prospect and owned by PRG Hospitality Group, the hotel is a 1939 Regency-style property, and today, LUXXU Blog explores the Hollywood Regency interiors of this outstanding hotel!
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When designing the hotel interior design, Bullard was inspired by the neighborhood’s essence and history and as such he wanted to bring a combination of old and contemporary design elements. The 24-room luxury hotel has a distinctive aesthetic with geometric marble floors, emerald green walls and gilded palm trees, among other unique features that will certainly take guests to the Golden Age!
According to Bullard, The Prospect is “wildly charming, it’s wildly romantic, and it has all of this fantastic old world stuff going on.” Furthermore, the hotel interior design is well-appointed with velvet-swathed banquettes, modern brass accents throughout, mismatched artwork, which is a playful contrast considering the hotel’s traditional regency style.
The Prospect’s suites highlight gold-leaf ceilings and custom wallpaper as well as vintage furnishings and leopard-print carpets. Once again, a series of artworks brings a unique touch to the interiors, many of which were found in flea markets and antique fairs. One of the best luxury suites to experience is the Mata Hari suite. Here, you will find the walls dressed in Chinoiserie wallpaper and then photographs of iconic actress Greta Garbo as well as old movie posters. All in all, the suite contains a lot of mirrored and metallic finishes and an uncanny vintage flair.
In conclusion, the renowned interior designer wanted to celebrate the history of the building while also foreshadowing its future legacy. It certainly is a hotel interior design full of character and fabulosity.
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Source: Elle Decor