Thursday, 15 December 2011

The Hudson

Meade Design Group is proud to introduce one of our recent interior design projects at The Hudson Building in Victoria BC. 




An international tech company was in need of a suite where their executives could stay in the city without the need to book a hotel.  The requirement was to design a home away from home on a short time line.


The executives for this company are mostly men and the inspiration was a masculine lodge blended with mid century modern influences. 




Rust oranges, warm wood tones and geometrics add personality to this small space.  For accessories we went for a mix of tribal and industrial elements. 




One of our favourite features in the space was the use of a Threads wood grain wall paper in creams and taupes to add texture an interest.  It was also our start point for achieving the lodge aesthetic.  It was accentuated with rough sweater inspired pillows and a warm palate of painted accent walls to offset the building’s standard white interior.





The leather chair brings a bit of the industrial vibe along with the pharmacy inspired lamps.





The space flows seamlessly into the bedroom where a contemporary painting put together the colour scheme and white bedding with embroidered forest keeps the bedroom crisp while maintaining our modern lodge concept.



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Jeffito said...

A sophisticated pad for the executive traveller - I would rather stay here than most hotels in Victoria.

Echo said...

I think this project turned out really well, it's definitely a masculine vibe, but as a female I could certainly still feel comfortably at home in this condo!

Jamie Herzlinger said...

Wow, really beautiful! Leather is one of my best friends!

Lindsay said...

Where can one purchase the wood grain style wallpaper?