From a mid-century-inspired motel in California to a cosy guest lodge in the Catskills, Dezeen has selected five of the best hotels designed by Brooklyn-based Studio Tack – each featuring a mix of modern and vintage details.
A restaurant that resembles the interior of a ferry is the focal point of this nautical-themed Long Island Sound hotel.
Beachy details are dotted throughout Sound View's guest rooms, including sand-coloured cork flooring and light fixtures that mimic the appearance of Fresnel lenses in lighthouses.
Studio Tack also included a mix of vintage furnishings throughout the hotel to "soften the newness of the space."
Wood benches and palm leaf-patterned wallpaper appear inside this Northern California motel, which is influenced by the decor of mid-century roadside inns.
"A soft palette of ash wood and earth tones with bursts of peach, palm-green and navy provide a welcoming, laid-back California sense of calm," explained the studio.
Quirky details include a garage-like door that folds upwards to provide guests seamless access between the outdoor pool patio and interior bar.
Stark white walls and large rounded archways are coupled with organic textures to reflect the Japanese philosophy of wabi-sabi, which influenced the overhaul of this San Francisco hotel.
"Deeply rooted in Japan, wabi-sabi design conveys a certain feeling, look or perspective," the hotel said. "It focuses on the minimal, celebrates humble materials, and is a natural intersection of the essential, ageing and beautiful."
The hotel, which was built in 1928, also takes design cues from its original art deco heritage, reflected in its high-gloss light fixtures and furniture pieces.
Studio Tack revived a set of buildings in Jackson, Wyoming, to create the Anvil Hotel, which boasts cosy cabin-like interiors with wood-panelled walls.
"In its new iteration, the property's dark mountain-green exterior is complemented with interiors that have been transformed to embody the sensibility of Jackson's rugged terrain and the aesthetic culture of the Teton region," the studio explained.
A wood-burning stove features in the hotel's lobby, which also has as a small shop and cafe. Dark green wainscoting covers surfaces in the restaurant, complemented by hardwood window frames, tables and a bar counter.
A wood-burning stove sits at the centre of the reception area inside this motor lodge-turned-hotel in New York's Catskill Mountains.
Walls, fireplaces and ceilings in the guest bedrooms are painted entirely white, contrasting against the hotel's dark-panelled common spaces.
"Invoking a carefree-bohemian vibe, the all-white rooms appear clean and modern, while incorporating offbeat details of the past with a nod to the area's craftsmen," said the design team.