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Issue 46 · Harvest · November 14, 2012

A Hotel Where Everything Is for Sale

Issue 46 · Harvest · November 14, 2012

Whenever I'm staying at a hotel, I'll find myself obsessing over the bed linens or a lamp long after I've checked out. At MySuites you don't have to wonder where to source that fabulous lamp—you'll find it on offer at the hotel's shop.

Italian designer Leonardo Annecca is the mastermind behind the MySuites concept (he calls it the “hotel of tomorrow”), a collection of apartments available for rent in several neighborhoods in New York City, including Nomad, Chelsea, and the West Village. Each property is decorated with one-off finds (either by local designers or scouted from flea markets and vintage stores), which are available through MySuites' online shop, called Take It Home. For more information, go to MySuites.

Above: The Bowery Suite features brick walls and floors painted in white.

Above: The all-white LA Suite features a serene vibe.

Above: The LA Suite is designed to make west coasters feel welcome.

Above: The Black Spade suite in the West Village is designed for the jazz lover, vintage record player included.

Above: Black and white photography of music icons adorn the walls in the Black Spade suite.

Above: A simple dining alcove in the XX Suite from the Nomad Suites collection.

Above: A kitchen in the LA Suite.



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