Hey there you wonderful people! So I was in San Francisco last week for some work-related travel for my hubby (which means rest-related travel for me)! Most years I've tried to bring you the highlights (see Denver and Chicago right here). This year I've got just one thing to talk about, and that's because I acted like I was allergic to my camera the whole time I was there. I am the worst blogger ever and took almost no pictures. However, I did snap a quick few pics of the lounge in my hotel, the Park Central San Francisco:
I spent many hours in there enjoying the masculine, library-bar ambiance. Mostly for the free wi-fi but also because it just felt good. Cozy, cool, comfortable. There was a fireplace. There was a cool mix of mod, traditional, deco, and contemporary furnishings and fixtures. There was the dark paint with brass and industrial accents. There was this clock made out of lights:
|Photo: City Hotels|
|Photo: Sugar Cube Basics|
A. Neutral, somewhat moody color palettes
C. Mix of rustic and shiny materials
D. Eclectic mix of decorating styles and eras
E. All of the above!
Yes the answer is E. Now I'm off to figure out how to bring some of this beautiful style home...