Love West Elm's furniture? Soon you'll be able to stay in a hotel created by the company.
Brooklyn-based home furnishings and housewares company West Elm announced it’s latest venture on Monday: hotels.
While each hotel will be in West Elm’s recognizable contemporary-meets-vintage mid-century modern aesthetic, the properties will “celebrate community” with works by local artists and regional design elements.
Each city will be represented through traditional handicrafts, thoughtful architecture, and custom furniture. On-site food and beverage programs also promise to stay true to the neighborhood.
“Each hotel [will] reflect the mood and identity of its host city,” said West Elm president Jim Brett, in a statement.
And each location will be completely shoppable, with furnishings and artworks from the guest rooms available for purchase online.
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