Grand Hotel in Stockholm was first opened in 1874. Since then many celebrities and high profile faces have been welcomed through the doors. The hotel has always been a place of great luxury and expensive style, but maybe not necessarily the most modern. Just recently though they have remodeled their most high end suite, named after Princess Lillian. The suite is 330 sqm and has two bedrooms, a living room, a kitchen, a library, a SPA as well as it's own private movie theatre. Not really a hotel room as much as an apartment.
The new style is definitely still very exclusive, but I really like the updates made by Sanna Nathanson, the interior designer responsible for this refurbishment as well as others in the hotel. We are seeing a lot of dark greys, smoky glass, brass and dusty pinks. It's a very tasteful interpretation of what we see in interiors across the web today. Take a look below and see for yourself. Quite nice, don't you think? If you're curious to see the before pictures, take a look at their site here - they haven't updated that yet :-)
Is there anything you would have done differently? For me I think I would have put in some Dinesen heart oak floors in place of the parquet. I think a little hint of rustic would have been just the thing to lift this to something extraordinary.
All images from Grand Hotel.