One of my favorite parts of traveling is getting to try a new hotel. Sometimes, I’ll even pop in to different hotels just to get inspired by their interior design. Some of the most creative design in the world can be found in hotels because they push the boundaries of creativity and aim to give you an experience, even if just for a short time.
The Hotel Pulitzer Amsterdam is a great example of this creativity. Many people have compared it to the work of visionary filmmaker Wes Anderson because of quirky, charming appeal that mixes the glamour of bygone times with the minimalist sensibilities of more modern tastes. This hotel plays with color and styles to create something very unique that sets its design apart from the rest.
Enjoy this inspiring hotel tour from My Domaine to give you some ideas for an eclectic taste in your own home or simply to delight you with its creativity.
Hotel Pulitzer Amsterdam
A rich, royal blue sofa contrasts beautifully against soft gray walls and gold accents. It’s an eclectic mix of modern and antique touches that forms something unique and stylish.
Mid-century modern architecture gives this bar area a classic, hip vibe that looks like the past is melding with the present.
Emerald green chairs are a nice of pop of color in the dining room that is bold, yet sophisticated.
Pink draperies are an unexpected touch that suits this charming, quirkly space.
A black wall allows the artwork on these books to pop in a dramatic, chic way.
A couple pops of color bring a modern touch to this otherwise elegant space that seems frozen in time.
More incredible details can be found in the conference room that uses another unexpected color – a soft purple – to bring a whimsical edge to the otherwise elegant, traditional space.
Will you be adding the Hotel Pulitzer Amsterdam to your bucket list?