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Modern Interior design projects by Beleco Design, an award-winning, full-service interior design firm dedicated to transforming prestigious properties throughout the world into beautiful yet functional spaces. At Beleco, interios tell stories.
Beleco‘s philosophy is based on good design and service.
Beleco Design specializes in hospitality and residential projects.
The design for Costa Restaurant at the Mar Monte Hotel is inspired by Italy’s Amalfi Coast, home of the world’s best limoncello. It delivers a flavor of the Mediterranean to the California coast. The rustic atmosphere of the intimate dining area is balanced by playful scalloped bespoke yellow chairs and lemon-patterned walls. Natural textures and oceanic blue tones punctuate the bar-lounge space, infusing it with an upscale “cool” that matches the Pacific vistas from its patio.
From the recycled vinyl wallpaper and paper stone countertops to the ethically obtained wood fittings, eucalyptus sheets, and cork and bamboo flooring, eco and socially conscientious decisions were made throughout the design process. Shared pantries on each floor also aid in waste reduction while fostering a convivial culture among guests. This is the coolest California casual I’ve ever seen.
A colourful treasure in the heart of Steel City, the goal was to design interiors that reflected Monaco’s fun character while remaining true to the building’s Beaux-Arts facade from 1902. (formerly home to Reed Smith law firm and the Duquesne Light Company). The solution: use strong colours, textures, and artwork to bring the region’s rich history to life, transforming the hotel into the city’s own statement piece.
The JW Marriott brand promise is “quiet luxury, tailored experiences, and intuitive service,” thus we created the entire JW Marriott Denver Cherry Creek hotel with it in mind. Fine gold and silver finishes — as well as wonderfully lighted geological textures — accent the open, airy areas, paying homage to Denver’s mining sector. The colours of Colorado’s culture, from its official gemstone and mineral to its state flower, are delicately inspired by crafted experiences. Every guest room provides intuitive service with thoughtful touches such as a ledge in the entry foyer for keys, wallets, and other valuables, putting guests’ needs first.
This iconic seaside hotel first opened to great fanfare in 1931 but has since lost much of its charm. We were able to bring the hotel’s original Spanish Colonial architecture together with the numerous various styles it had gained over the years by focusing on the details, giving it back its character, charm, and relevance. The grand staircase, refurbished porte cochère, and baths, as well as traces of Spanish Revival and Moorish influence throughout the guest rooms, continue to impress today’s visitors.
The restaurant’s original angles and folds were the keys to success, which we utilized as inspiration for fun new wall coverings, patterned carpets, and beautiful lighting. To offer balance and privacy while reflecting light in intriguing ways, strong geometric metal and ribbed glass walls were used. What’s the show-stopper? An enticing bar that has been re-imagined and re-opened to create the open, free-flowing atmosphere that is “so L.A.”
The 226-room Darcy hotel, located in the heart of Washington, D.C., just minutes from The White House, gives Rhode Island Avenue a taste of la vie en rose. When guests check in, they’ll see a gold sculpture of Washington, D.C.’s official flower, the American Beauty rose, by artist Kirk Maxson behind the reception counter. Much of the hotel’s décor, including the carved wooden archways and hand-tufted area rugs in some of the guest rooms, is inspired by the rose.
The Gray Hotel, named for its original Georgia Gray marble, is a Kimpton award-winning hotel that combines contemporary luxury with historic charm. We used delicate suit materials, velvet, and lace to balance the cold, hard interiors with softness and refinement, inspired by the perfectly fitted suits of London’s Savile Row. Throughout the hotel’s 293 rooms, shades of blue and beams of light whisper serenity, while meticulously curated artwork punctuates the walls with subtle, historically-sound comedy.
The Wilde Resort and Spa is located in beautiful Sedona, surrounded by its famous red rocks. The hotel’s multiple unique areas make you feel right at home, whether you’re there to unwind and escape the day, or to mingle with friends and family, thanks to a remodeled lobby that ensures you’re in a perfectly-curated atmosphere straight upon arrival. Throughout the property, a soothing color palette and playful accents provide just the right amount of desert calm and charm.
Vol. 39, tucked away in the Gray Hotel lobby, is luxurious and private, a mix of dignity and luxury with a dash of chutzpah. The bar is reminiscent of a law library, with luxurious couches, dark Chevron wood flooring, and small spotlights, and is named after the vintage leather-bound encyclopedias discovered during the building’s rehabilitation. “If the bar were a novel, it’d be an old favorite, the kind you re-read again and again,” the hotel brilliantly noted.
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