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14
Mar

A Dual-Brand By Level 3 Designs

Level 3 Design Group is finishing the design and FF&E purchasing for the brand-new Hampton Inn & Homewood Suites in the second largest city in San Diego, Chula Vista. The 204-room hotel is slated to open in May. “Chula Vista is known for its beautiful views and oceanside location, so I really focused on visual…
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08
Mar

InspireDesign’s ICandy: Hotel Talisa

Come along on a visual journey through design. Leo A Daly creates the feeling of a luxury mountain home with timeless appeal at Hotel Talisa.
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08
Mar

InspireDesign’s ICandy: Marriott Taghazout Bay

Come along on a visual journey through design. Wilson Associates taps into the earthy environs of Morocco's Taghazout Bay for its latest hotel project.
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05
Mar

Capturing the Sun’s Glow Through Art

Eaton Fine Art has brought an elevated art program to The Phoenician, a Luxury Collection Resort, embracing the meditative cycle of the desert and using contemporary art to reflect the temperature and atmospheric changes of the landscape.
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04
Mar

The Jewelry in the Room

Sleek yet sturdy and durable yet delicate, these cabinet pulls and door knobs encompass both modern and vintage design.
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19
Feb

How to Up Your Minibar Game

As hotels get more and more creative with their mini bar offerings, there are clear trends in guestroom bar design. Paradigm Trends’ SVP Jeanne Lissak shares three must-haves.
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Renaissance Xi’an Hotel
12
Feb

A Renaissance in China

Individual. Intriguing. Indigenous. Designed by Wilson Associates, the Renaissance Xi’an Hotel beckons visitors to experience the birthplace of Chinese culture through modern interior spaces.
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21
Jan

DESIGNERS CRUSH ON LIVING CORAL

Soft yet lively. Bold yet comforting. Meet Living Coral, Pantone's Color of the Year. Learn how designers are incorporating this peachy keen hue.
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15
Jan

TRENDS WITH DESIGN IN MIND

Eye-catching. Fresh. Cheeky. Elegant. Shutterstock’s Creative Trends report shows that design-oriented minds are bolder (and more nostalgic) than ever.
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