Hotel chain PURO have collaborated with London-based studio DeSallesFlint, to design the interiors of their latest property in Warsaw, Poland.
Inside the 148 room hotel, the interiors evoke a sense of vintage finesse alongside contemporary simplicity.
The hotel has many gathering spaces including a bar and lounge that has low-profile decorative lighting on the ceiling.
In the Magari restaurant, furnishings such as booths, banquette seating, and long communal wood tables, have been included to create a more rustic dining experience.
The rooftop Loreta cocktail bar has an almost tropical appearance, with leaf-print upholstery, wood flooring, and plants.
The business room has a large conference table surrounded by leather chairs, while behind a frosted door and window, is a more private space for phone calls and small meetings.
In the hotel spa, there’s a Scandinavian influence in the design, that’s apparent by the use of wood, cool greys, and minimal furnishings.
Photography by Anna Stathaki (top photos) and PION Studio (bottom photos)
In the executive suite, there’s an open plan living room and dining area, both featuring artwork to make the room have a more home-like atmosphere.
In the bedroom, a contemporary palette of wood and light grey has been used, while an wood-framed upholstered headboard is flanked on either side by small pieces of artwork.
The grey theme continues into the bathroom, however this time it’s accented by black elements, like in the vanity, shower frame, mirror, and wall hooks.
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