Design Destination: Mosaic Hotel In Beverly HillsAuthor:Allison McCarthy
Located in the heart of Beverly Hills, the Mosaic Hotel has just undergone a full multi-million dollar redesign and is set to reopen to the public on August 1st. Sister property to the Kelly Wearstler-designed Maison 140, the 49-room luxury boutique property is the second in Gemstone Hotels & Resorts prestigious LA portfolio and was re-imagined with a Euro-American modern sensibility by London design firm Luxlo.
The aesthetic and color palette is California chic with bright colors complemented by natural tones. Think sage, white, azure, and dark blues. Dark blue corridors with bronze pinstripes open up to light-filled, contemporary suites.
Both stylish and functional, rooms feature low-slung lounge chairs, recessed lighting, plentiful art, and signature electric “do not disturb” signs.
Bathrooms get an artistic touch with a backdrop of California palms. They’re well appointed with rainfall showers, filletto marble tiles, and white Calacatta marble vanities in the suites.
Bespoke silk embroidered Fromental wallpaper is a nod to artist David Hockney, who spent many years living in LA and is known for his series of swimming pool paintings. Modern art adorns common areas and rooms, and guests will also notice a custom weave sculpture by Renee Dinauer and original wall art by David Dauncey.
The Hollywood-ready pool area is adorned in sleek white furniture with cabanas and cozy fire pits inviting guests to unwind.
To kick-off the relaunch, the hotel is offering 35 percent off the best available rates this summer.
Visit: Rates starting at $350; 125 Spaulding Drive, Beverly Hills; mosaichotel.com