One of my favorite signature elements found in the NoMad Hotel is the leather-upholstered headboard. The rich, dark leather with nailhead trim set against the crisp white walls is so handsome.
Similar to the bedding textiles in the NoMad Hotel, these blue and white pillows by John Robshaw are a quick way to add worldly taste.
The suites and library of the NoMad Hotel are made warm with the addition of various vintage and antique Persian rugs.
This white marble bistro table would work well for taking notes or reading your morning paper.
In addition to the bistro-style tables, well-paired chairs in the Wythe Hotel finish the seating arrangements.
The Atelier room in the NoMad Hotel showcases many of the hotel's signature design elements.
A common design element in boutique hotels is an elegant claw-foot tub. My favorite take on the design is placing it out in the open space of the hotel room.
A design staple in the NoMad Hotel is the reoccurring use of rich gold damask upholstery on standing room screens.
Upon entering the Ace Hotel in New York City, the reception desk welcomes you with the illuminated sign reading, "Excelsior." In other places, similar signs reading "Hotel" can be found. These illuminated letters can spell just that, or anything else you'd like.
The Ace Hotel mixes shades of gray in solids and plaids for their bedding collections.
The industrial-style pendant is reminiscent of the pendants used in the interiors of the Longman & Eagle.
The wooden frame and silhouette of the Queen Anne mirror evokes the shape of those found at the Longman & Eagle.
One of the Queen rooms at The Wythe Hotel amplifies the high ceilings and brings interest to the large windows with the signature floor-to-ceiling printed walls.
Farrow & Ball provides papers that can be rolled in a number of colorways, and the highly detailed damask is a close match.