Thursday, September 13, 2012

The St. Regis, Virtual Clint & Me

I don't think I would ever get tired of having a tv "in" my bathroom mirror or staying at a St Regis.
Similar to the room at the San Francisco St. Regis, the bath area opens to the bedroom space. Makes me wonder if I'd like something like this in my next home (the doors close and their is a separate water closet).
A great fridge area in the entry.

The furniture seemed to be from the Barbara Barry collection.
Rooms with entries alway feel better. This one was practical too with two closets and a fridge area. Isn't it nice when hotel rooms are beautiful and make you think about design ideas?

16 comments:

Kerry Steele- Design du Monde said...

I really appreciate a nice hotel room after being surprised by a less than clean one before.I have yet to stay at a St. Regis.

ArchitectDesign™ said...

Where is this St Regis? Beautiful room! Not sure I love the 'open bathroom' concept really unless you're in the room alone. Am I too private? haha

Loi Thai, Tone on Tone said...

Pretty fabulous, Michele! I could stay there. The vestibule entry is a nice touch.
xoxo
Loi

tdclassicist said...

I have used the TV behind the special mirror in bathrooms for clients for a number of years. It is a very popular feature for those who listen to the news when getting ready for the day.

For the bathroom, I presume those are sliding doors that could close off the space from the bedroom if desired. Having access to natural light is great, but privacy (and other controls) is much more appreciated.

L.P. Mitchell said...

At least he wasn't talking to an empty chair

Bethany [at] Powell Brower Home said...

YES! most are so gaudy and by the time they've been redone the trend they implemented is on the tail end. how classy is that? i was at the breakers in west palm (HA, for a work conference, not on my own dime!) and they too had a tv in the mirror. my thought was that my husband would shave himself bald if we had one of those in our bathroom!

Teresa at Splendid Sass said...

Beautiful room, and I love the bath in the bedroom. I love the gold and the clean room is s plus.
Thanks for sharing. I will have to look for a St. Regis the next time I travel. I truly can't remember if I have been to one of their hotels.
Thank you for sharing.
Happy Thursday.
Teresa
xoxo

A Perfect Gray said...

so not fair. I want to stay there too...loved the mirrored doors to the bath

VictoriaArt said...

Wonderful, I love those well appointed en-suites!
Enjoy every moment!

Susie @ Maddie's Nest said...

Last time I stayed there I was pregnant with my little guy (almost 2) for a work conference. I was SO Sick I ordered bread and cranberry juice for dinner (room-service). They were so nice and didn't look at me like I had 10 heads when I did it. Love staying there!

Carla Aston said...

The room looks very luxurious. Love the touch of the TV in the mirror... Including the doors to seperate the bath area from the bedroom was a smart idea. The entry area gives this room a more upscale feeling as well.

Renée Finberg said...

i agree...a foyer in a hotel room really brings the level up.

xox

NotesFromAbroad said...

Oh memories !
I used to live in SF and stayed at the St Regis a few times ..

KellyMellyBoBellyBananaFanna said...

i saw one of those televisions the other day and am actually considering it for our new bathroom. a little bit gimmicky i think, but ohsoenjoyable in the tub!

pve design said...

Business does have it'e perks - right. Looks lovely.
I stayed at the Ritz in London and it made me feel bloody wealthy. Nice hotels make me feel so grand.:)
pve

Lisa said...

I'm with Patricia. Seriously nothing makes me feel more special than an exquisite hotel room. Thanks for sharing. It's time to book something, somewhere!!!!
XO

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