Inspiration Close to Home…

Living in Los Angeles I am constantly inspired by the architecture and design that it has to offer. There are so many hidden treasures here, from intimate lounges to boutique hotels! Just recently I was hired to do a redesign for a bed and breakfast and have found myself looking for inspiration around the world but also to designs much closer to home!! Today I want to share with you the adorable, unique Palihouse Holloway.

The design and development was overseen by the Paligroup who’s founder and creator is Avi Brosh. The Palihouse was opened in 2008 in the heart of West Hollywood! There are so many aspects of the design that I admire. As you walk into the Palihouse, it is as if you have been transported to France. Intricate details on the furniture give an added touch of European flair. I love the combination of the contemporary design with a well-traveled look. The building was inspired by the people and places that you encounter while traveling. The open floor plan was carefully designed to bring guests to connect with each other. There is plenty of opportunity for mixing and mingling with the cafe, rooftop deck, lounge and courtyard brasserie.

Each bedroom suite is designed with slightly different style and furnishings to really give each guest an intimate one of a kind experience. Their suites are equipped with luxurious kitchen and bathrooms with a simplistic design to them.

The theme of the building is carried throughout the entire space, with a French inspired menu and cocktail list to complete the mood. Enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner in their four star restaurant or grab one of their signature cocktails!

It’s residential style gives guests a taste of both a hotel and a home. There are so many positive things to say about the Palihouse Holloway but words do not do it justice. Go see it for yourself at 8465 Holloway Drive in West Hollywood.

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