Wake up to caressing mornings in exquisite bed rooms filtered with soothing ambient light! And bathe in splendid bathtubs visually capturing your entire living space in glazed embellishments!
Weaving relishing interiors with neighbourly aesthetics embraces travellers with a homely resilience. NIMAND ARCHITECTS hotel renovation of a wing in the Grand Hotel Palace, in Thessaloniki, revives an eclectic ambience and instils a magnetic accommodation experience. The interior design carves a minimalistic personality charmed by sophisticated private décor and furnishings laced with warm and dark shades pleasingly tweaked.
The refurbished rooms stunningly transformed with a luxurious ‘de rigueur’ spotlights the arrangement of a king-sized bed with a headboard abutted beside a large full-length window and a seamlessly glazed bathroom looking into the main area. The beds face a long study table cum tv unit crafted in solid wood, integrated with an accent study chair. Every bed imbues two side tables on either side with decorative hanging lights illuminating the corners. Coved warm light washes over the bed from the clean ceiling. The curtains stream along a recessed channel, screening the entire facade.
The hotel renovation slashes bold strokes in creams, blues and browns, breathing into squarish rectangular volumes. The bath and toilet zones highlight a fondling presence draped into the wet and dry areas. The lavish dry area with mirrored backlights on stone textured walls and countertops echo a chic stimulating mood to your refreshments. The designers incorporated the bathtubs with layered shelves as a counter to place bathing toiletries.
Grand Hotel Palace emotes an emblematic expression, delving every furniture and interior detail into becoming a wholistic homely bubble. Nimand Architects derived a geometric atmosphere needling the fusion of comfort and sense of place in a grand yet subtle aura of eclectic ambience.