Yesterday we featured the new Ace Hotel of Shoreditch, London with interiors by Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby of Universal Design Studio. Barber and Osgerby, along with the Ace Hotel team, extended the laid-back Pacific Northwest vibe of the original Ace to the UK location, with a few updates: indigo patchwork, perforated metal storage cabinets, a custom raw denim headboard, and chalky black ceilings. Recreate the look with the following elements:
Above: The floors of the bedroom are finished in a low-pile carpet from UK company Brockway.
Above: A few carefully placed industrial elements keep the look subtle throughout the hotel.
Above: A similar style sofa is Room & Board's Clarke Sofa (shown here in an indigo cotton), made from US-sourced fabric in Virginia. The midcentury-inspired sofa has a hardwood frame and comes in a choice of 15 different colors; $2,299. Another option? Pull out the power tools for a DIY: Instant Built-In Day Bed.
Above: Simple Burlap Throw Pillows in a deep mustard yellow are available in a 20-by-20-inch square (shown) and a rectangular lumbar size; $67.95 each through Zazzle.
Above: Bedroom quilts were custom made at A.P.C. using denim and fabric scraps from past collections. The Atlantic Pillow is hand stitched in royal blue over a padded lining and is available for $125 through A.P.C.; read more about the quilt project in our previous post, Piecing Together an A.P.C. Quilt.
Above: From Normann Copenhagen, the Kabino Sideboard is made from perforated gray steel and ash wood and is also available in white steel; $1,050. Alternatively, Strong-Hold Ventilated Storage Cabinets are available for $1,148.93 from Custom Equipment Company.
Above: From Original BTC, the BB1 Aluminum Pendant is designed in the UK from spun aluminum and ceramic and comes with 60 inches of black and white cloth cord for $395 from Horne.
Above: The Parker Mid-Century Round Dining Table is designed out of FSC-certified eucalyptus wood with a walnut veneer top for $499 from West Elm.
Above: Saarinen's Executive Armchair with steel legs and a bouclé or Rivington fabric upholstery is $1,508 from Design Within Reach.
Above: Farrow & Ball's Studio Green in an Estate Emulsion finish gives ceilings a chalky matte look; $92.50 for 1 gallon of paint.
Above: Available at the Ace Hotel shop, the Ace Hotel x Billykirk "Change Is Good" Tray is made from vegetable-tanned leather that is molded, finished, and hand-stitched. Used at Ace Hotel in New York at the front desk, the trays are also fit to sit on a nightstand; $35.
Above: The Lampe Gras Model 304 Sconce Lamp has a cast steel body and a chrome (shown) or black powder-coated finish for $333 from Design Within Reach.
Above: DIY a fabric-covered headboard (including a pocket) like the Ace does using Vintage Selvedge Denim Fabric sourced on Etsy; $95 for 2 yard from Antique Jewelry Supply (find more by searching for denim fabric).
Above: For a similar sleeping experience at home, the Suite Sleep x Ace Hotel Mattress is made from 100 percent natural latex rubber with an organic cotton cover and wool batting. Prices start at $1,428 for the twin mattress through Suite Sleep.
Above: The Signal Blanket is made from pure new wool designed on a dobby loom in London and woven at a traditional mill in Wales. Stitching in midnight blue and white with an olive colored hem; $£225 from Toast.
This isn't the first time we've wanted to recreate the look of an Ace Hotel room. See our previous Steal This Look posts on the Ace Hotel Bath in Portland, Oregon and the Outdoor Lounge in Palm Springs.