Designer    Case Study 15 May 2017

Architect and design practice Michaelis Boyd designed Williamsburg Hotel in Brooklyn, New York

London based firm Michaelis Boyd has recently completed the interior design and installation of Williamsburg Hotel, a newly built eleven-storey development in the heart of Brooklyn, New York. The property encases 150 decadent rooms in a brick, glass and Corten steel structure.

Every element of this exquisite property is just that: exquisite; but arguably the most visually striking area of this design are the collection of Art Deco inspired bathrooms.

Some of the guest rooms feature a glazed screen that opens to reveal the bathroom area, allowing guests to blend a luxurious bubble bath with beautiful views of the city, while other bathrooms are more privately positioned.

Metro tiles clad the walls and an intricate geometric patterned floor adds a gorgeous Gatsby twist to the space, making the bathroom feel reminiscent of original 1920s luxury. Classically styled brass finished Waterworks brassware adds to this vintage effect, while luxury exudes from every corner thanks to the custom-made furnishings designed by the Michaelis Boyd Studio.

A hotel style bathroom was once the primary demand from many homeowners, and these sophisticated, modernised and ‘hipster’ styled suites are sure to surge that style back into popularity. Invest in brass, marble and patterned flooring by the truck load, as luxury hotel-inspired demands are sure to be on the horizon…


Michaelis Boyd Studio |

The Williamsburg Hotel, Brooklyn |