In the best hotels, bedrooms serve as sanctuaries where guests can rest and relax in beautifully appointed rooms. Lighting plays an integral role in establishing a stylish and soothing atmosphere—and helps to reinforce a hotel’s unique design aesthetic.
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Guest rooms are bedecked with engraved ceramic walls inspired by the city’s culture and feature the Alpha reading light. Positioned on both sides of the bed, the compact, cubic fittings by Ramos & Bassols possess an understated form that echoes the tile’s geometric look—without detracting attention from this dominant design motif.
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The LED-powered Alpha rotates 360 degrees and casts a soothing glow that’s ideal for reading.
Barcelona’s Sofia Hotel is inspired by elegant postwar French design. Guest rooms feature rich American walnut floors and sumptuously upholstered headboards for a luxe, yet refined look.
Hotel Sofía: project by MoemStudio
A modern reimagining of the traditional, 18th-century bouillotte table lamp, the dimmable pendants make a sleek statement in gold-finished steel while casting an ambient, contained glow that defines the sleeping area.
Located in a UNESCO-designated site originally constructed in 1545, Palazzo Grillo in Genova, Italy, offers luxurious accommodations that seamlessly mingle old and new.
In the guest rooms, the sleek I.cono task lamp by Lievore Altherr provides precision lighting atop the desk. Its poised, Scandinavian presence pairs perfectly with the room’s contemporary feel, the visor-shaped shade elegantly angled for a stylish look.
Positioned in the corner, the Warm floor lamp casts a welcoming, ambient light across the bedroom.
Designed by Ramos & Bassols, its mesh drum shade offers a textural counterpoint to the svelte steel column it rests upon.