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Five standout hotel interiors designed by Studio Tack

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.


Five standout hotel interiors designed by Studio Tack

Sound View

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."

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Five standout hotel interiors designed by Studio Tack

The Sandman

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.

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Five standout hotel interiors designed by Studio Tack

Tilden Hotel

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.

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Five standout hotel interiors designed by Studio Tack

Anvil Hotel

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.

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Five standout hotel interiors designed by Studio Tack

Scribner's Catskill Lodge

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.

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