Boutique design team completes first hotel project

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    Paradigm Design Group’s boutique design firm, PDG Studios, completes its first hotel renovation… 

    PDG Studios, which is the newly launched in-house boutique interior design team at Paradigm Design Group, has recently completed the renovation of Weare Cottage, coastal boutique hotel located in Maine, New England.

    With a backdrop of the Atlantic Ocean and the Maine cliffscape, Weare Cottage at Cliff House is a cliff-hanging home-from-home boutique quintessential New England cottage with a unique history. Originally home to the Weare family, the Weare Cottage is the resort’s new design-led jewel with views that set the boutique property apart from other hotels in and around the area.

    Black hanging pendents, soft-residential furnishings and light interiors

    Image caption: The public areas of Weare Cottage

    The landmark transformation was conceived by Paradigm Design Group’s Lisa Haude, the President of PDG Studios. The overall aim of the renovation was to layer a graceful coastal style into the interiors. Haude and her team did this by using as much of the original design features as possible in order to create modern yet timeless decor. The result is a calming, quaint environment that has impressive instagrammable moments of grand drama. The cream pallet throughout the cottage keeps the interiors grounded. The lighting, on the other hand, is dynamic and reflects a contemporary personality within a heritage property.

    The cottage’s stylish home-from-home look and feel from the exterior is echoes in the interiors through the use of coastal-inspired furnishings as well as private terraces that overlooking the scenic view that often frames turbulent swells breaking against the iconic Bald Head Cliff. Soft dark tones in the wooden flooring further creates a cosy nest where guests can fully relax in.

    Large sliding door dividing the guestroom from the bathroom

    Image caption: Ensuite at Weare Cottage

    The residential-styled guestrooms and the beach-white ensuite bathrooms are divided by wooden sliding doors. Complete with marble basins, industrial-chic shower heads and a large contemporary round mirror, each bathroom’s style is timeless and relevant to its location.

    The recent opening of Weare Cottage is yet another example of modern boutique hotels can welcome in residential moments to add personality further challenge conventional interior and exterior hotel design.


    Hamish Kilburn / 03.01.2019


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