In my last post, I introduced the Haines Hotel Project and the first Airbnb apartment I designed, Unit 3C. For my client, Royal Square Development & Construction, I created a base design that could be repeated in future units, with the art, accessories and color schemes customized to add a distinct personality and vibe to each space. Whereas Unit 3C was a bit more warm, layered and bohemian, I styled Unit 4C to pack more of a graphic punch with retro artwork, pattern mixing and bold shots of vibrant green, orange, mustard and teal.
I absolutely love the way this unit turned out! Step inside and I'll give you the tour...
"The Key to My Heart/Wifi" Print, hand-lettered by me and available in my shop!
Sources for all items purchased online are available in the Pinterest Board below:
To finish off the apartment, I used a mix of vintage, new and handmade items from local shops here in York, plus pieces from my own collection Thrifted by SSDC. Here's a quick rundown!
Redeux Marketplace - 113 S. Duke Street | wooden tray, colorful crochet afghan
Revolt Style Studio - 24 N. Beaver Street | hand stitched PA state banner with grey tassel
Finders Keepers - 2811 E. Prospect Road | rose quartz candle holder
Ross - 2855 Concord Road | Woven basket, grey fleece throw blanket, starburst object
Thrifted by SSDC | vintage National Geographic illustrated map/poster, vintage gardening book
The handpainted ceramic planter was made by my sister-in-law and was on loan from my home for the shoot, along with some of my favorite interior design coffee table books.
And lastly, if you are traveling to York Pennsylvania this year for business (or pleasure!), or if you're a local looking for accommodations to recommend to out of town guests, you can book this unit on Airbnb, right here!
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