The Hoxton Hotel… An effortlessly cool series of boutique hotels in London, Amsterdam and Paris. Soon to be expanding to the USA in LA, Williamsburg and Portland. Further openings in Chicago and Southwark, London are planning for 2019.
I wanted to feature The Hoxton Hotel as the first Get The Look blog post series because their interiors are truly one of a kind. It doesn’t matter which Hoxton you stay in, the relaxed ambience and strong interior aesthetics set them apart and carry a strong look. They express great design and that should be accessible to everyone, no matter what your budget is.
I have split this first “Get The Look” post into two parts – “Living” and “Sleeping”. Firstly I want to show you how to implement the trendy colour palettes used in the Hoxton into your living environments. Then, we will take a closer look at their hotel rooms, dissect them and show you how to get “the look” on a budget.
So… Let’s get going!
The Hoxton Hotel, Paris
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The strong interior design throughout The Hoxton Hotels are firstly paramount to their main public spaces. Not only are they welcoming spaces to spend time in, they are vibrantly submersed within the neighbourhood they are surrounded by.
What sets the public spaces of The Hotxon Hotels apart from any other boutique chain of hotels is their well balanced interiors. What I mean by that is that they have used a number of colours (and palettes) which don’t seem over-the-top or in your face at all. They are well thought through injections of modern colour.
Aside from this, the style of furniture they have selected takes cues from the Mid-Century Modern trend and era. By using the modern colour schemes with predominately mid-century inspired pieces, the interior quickly sets itself apart from others.
Let’s take a look at some of the public living spaces throughout the Hoxton hotels and how you can create the look at home…
The Hoxton, “Living” Look One – Amsterdam:
Summary: Vibrant pops of colour formed from Mid-Century inspired shapes create the accents for most of the living spaces throughout The Hoxton Hotels.
Let’s delve into some of my favourite vibrant furniture options that work well with most neutral colour palettes…
The Hoxton, “Living” Look Two – Paris:
Summary: A Mid-Century come Scandi inspired quiet reading area.
Let’s take a closer look at what’s on the market to create one of your own…
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Similarly to the living spaces in the Hoxton, their bedrooms have been carefully designed to create a cool yet modern and cosy rooms to rest in. Often using timber or dark paint colours for the walls, this creates a warm and homely atmosphere away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
The layering of textures is clear in their bedrooms – timber, leather and cotton for one, with velvet and linen for another. By having a variety of textures within the rooms it helps to create that warm and homely feeling. The colour palettes used to create these stunning bedrooms are initially quite muted but having key accents of colour makes them really “pop”.
What is clear about the bedrooms at the Hoxton hotels is that they are effortlessly simple. They have only put in the bare basic pieces of furniture that you need in a bedroom. Quite often people tend to overthink their rooms thinking they need to have it full completely of furniture and “stuff”. That’s really not the case… It’s important to think of what you’re really using that room for and select furniture that will help improve the way you want to use that space.
The Hoxton, “Sleeping” Look One – Shoreditch:
Summary: Simple bedding so the bright headboard can do all the talking in this space… Well textured accessories throughout, contrasting feature furniture. All paired with industrial lighting features to create a playful and masculine feel.
Let’s take a closer look at how you can achieve this modern yet cool bedroom…
The Hoxton, “Sleeping” Look Two – Paris:
Summary: Geometric bedding, initially a muted colour palette which pops of rich colour and texture… Dark wooden furniture and industrial lighting features.
Let’s take a closer look at how you can achieve this cool arty bedroom…
I really hope this post has given you an insight into the design of the Hoxton Hotels and helps to inspire you to be more brave with your colour / furniture / texture choices. Have you enjoyed reading this post? What do you love the most about the Hoxton? Please let me know in the comments below!
Catch you later!
The Hoxton Hotel – https://thehoxton.com/
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