What is the design style of Chambers Hotel?

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Rachel Bowie

Like all good things in Manhattan, Chambers Hotel is tough to spot from the outside. But as soon as you step through the front doors, you’ll be transported to an urban oasis — one that’s sleek, sophisticated and demure. The loft-like design of the lobby makes you feel like you’re in an apartment downtown, not a boutique Midtown hotel. Expect dark, earthy tones, all designed to complement the bright and vibrant collection of modern art. Even the hallways have style — one floor is painted hot pink, while the walls of another floor are decorated with photographs of feet walking the streets of New York. The rooms extend the downtown vibe with a look that’s rustic, and industrial too. Every detail has been carefully thought out, from the personal library of art books to the architect’s table, which comes complete with a roll of paper that runs the length of the table, perfect for jotting down notes.

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