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Steal This Look: Nomad Hotel Suite in Manhattan

May 14, 2013 9:30 AM

BY Alexa Hotz

A while back, we featured New York’s Nomad Hotel, designed by Jacques Garcia, who drew from his memories of the Parisian flat of his youth in designing the lavish interiors. We especially like the bedrooms, which feature an understated Old World glamor.

Recreate the Beaux Arts ambience of the 340-squarefoot Classic Room using the following elements, and see more of the hotel (including the library’s impressive mahogany spiral staircase imported from the south of France) at A Glamorous Retreat for Modern Mad Men.

Above: A king-sized bed is surrounded with an eclectic selection of artwork.

Above: A headboard in tanned etched leather.

Above: A screen upholstered in ochre damask fabric.

Above: A half-painted wall in the bath.

Above: A freestanding clawfoot bath tub sits just beneath the window.

Above: Designed by UK-based Christopher Howe, a 19th Century Swedish Stool with pine leg construction is reupholstered in a mustard damask print. Contact Christopher Howe for pricing and availability.

 

Above: Room & Board’s Profile Frames are available in solid wood (walnut, black lacquer, white lacquer) or aluminum (with a silver or gunmetal finish). Available in five sizes, including the 8-by-10-inch Black Profile Frame for $69 (shown above). Prices range from $49 to $99, depending on size and finish. For more framing ideas, see 10 Easy Pieces: Gallery-Style Picture Frames.

Above: Restoration Hardware’s Lorraine Caned Framed Bed is made from ebony-stained solid oak; $1,355 for the queen size (you can also source leather headboards from Restoration Hardware’s Leather Beds Collection).

Above: For wall lamps with a Nomadish sensibility, The English House’s Rodmarton Single Arm Wall Light, designed by architect Charles Morris, is made from patinated steel; £144.

Above: Coyuchi’s organic percale 100 percent cotton sheets are available in white or ivory. The 300 Percale Sheets run from $86 to $140, depending on size. For more options, see 10 Easy Pieces: Simple White Sheets.

Above: Another Christopher Howe piece: a French 1950s Velvet Pouffee features original button velvet upholstery in its original condition for £850. For more from the designer, see Manor-Worthy Furniture from Christopher Howe.

Above: Pottery Barn’s Cameron Cotton Drape is woven from 100 percent cotton and available in five different lengths, starting with the 50- by 63-inch panel for $25 each.

Above: Waterworks’ brass Roadster Wall Mounted Tub Filler is available in a chrome or nickel finish; $1,391.

Above: Victoria and Albert’s Cheshire Bath has white feet and a chrome drain for $1,785 at Home and Stone. For more ideas, see 10 Easy Pieces: Classic Freestanding Bathtubs.

Above: A luxurious addition to the freestanding bath is the Crystal Tub Rack Caddy made from brass with a chrome finish and anti-slip rubber in white for $461 from Waterworks.

Above: The Classic Room’s bathroom is color blocked in a greenish-black paint color; we like Farrow & Ball’s Studio Green with its dark undertones; $105 for a gallon of the Estate Eggshell finish.

Looking for more luxurious hotels in New York? Sift through our top 10 in our New York City Travel Guide.