Design Destination: Loews Regency Hotel Suites In ManhattanAuthor:Allison McCarthy
Loews Regency called in star designers to top off its $100 million makeover that has transformed the midtown Manhattan hotel into apartment-style guest rooms with clean lines and a modern aesthetic. Nate Berkus, Meyer Davis, Rottet Studio, and Haynes-Roberts tricked out six luxury suites in their signature styles. Check out the rooms below.
The formal dining room features sand-blasted oak flooring and patinated metals.
Layered furnishings in the living room and bedroom add richness and character.
The focal point of “Uptown Bohemian” is the curated selection of artwork. A light, airy backdrop suggests the SoHo lofts of artists like Donald Judd.
The statement bathroom.
The “Bespoke” suite on the 20th floor was inspired by the fashion industry with nods to Geoffrey Beene and Halston.
The “Glamour Suite” imagines what Marilyn Monroe’s Park Avenue pied-à-terre would have looked like. Leopard print couture adds a chic edge to the soft pink leather, diamond-studded headboard in the bedroom.
The living room features a continuous cove light ceiling and Wenge-clad wall that flows down into the waterfall-edge entertainment cabinet.
Next door, the “Pop Art Suite” takes inspiration from Andy Warhol, with a custom-designed pop art carpet. In the bedroom, there’s a pastel-lacquered wardrobe, plus black-and-white architectural finishes inspired by comic books and jewel-toned materials for vibrant pops of color.
This suite takes its cue from the 1970s glam of Milan abodes — richly upholstered vintage furniture and custom pieces are set against a backdrop of textural building materials.