Brooklyn based lifestyle blog by Lauren L Caron

Design Crush: The Marlton Hotel

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There are few spaces that I become obsessed with and covet the look of. The Martlon Hotel is one of those places that boasts several spaces in which I'm in love with. The lobby's mix of chesterfield sofas and leather lounge chairs are that very cool. In the guest rooms the refined, classic moldings paired with modern fixtures and unexpected details are just so good.  I'm curious about the charming hand sconces, that live surprisingly well next the elegant Louis headboards. And I most happy about the modern chandeliers that are a great juxtaposition, which keeps the rooms from feeling too stuffy. Marlton_Hotel Marlton_Hotel_Lounge Marlton_Hotel_Lounge_1 Marlton_Hotel_The_Petite_Queen_Sheets Marlton_Hotel_The_Petite_Queen Marlton_Hotel_The_Full_Sconce Marlton_Hotel_The_Twin_Details Marlton_Hotel_The_Twin_Bath Since the hotel has opened I've been trying to source similar materials so that I can evoke a similar mood in my home. There are a lot of parallel features in my bedroom already, so that's probably reason enough as to why I fell for these spaces. The last few elements - throw on a faux fur blanket, add a Chinese garden stool and swap out my chandelier for something more modern perhaps? Here are a few products that I've gathered to help you get the look too. They're not exactly the same fixtures or products as you'll find at the Marlton but close cousins, that can be made even closer with a couple slight adjustments (headboard for example can be re-upholstered and leafed in gold). For the most part I've kept a modest budget in mind as well. Marlton

1. Light Fixture 2. Curtains 3. Pillow 4. Sconce 5. Sheets 6. Headboard 7. Chair 8. Faux Fur Throw 9. Chinese Garden Stool 10. Side Table 

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