The Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly
Hills is currently refurbishing all 285 guest rooms and suites,
along with corridors and elevator lobbies.
The project, led by Irvine-based Wimberly
Interiors, is scheduled for completion by the end of 2017. The
hotel will remain fully operational during this process.
was extremely important in developing the design concept that we
embraced the unique history of the hotel,” said Jessica Houlemard,
a senior designer at Wimberly Interiors. “We brought in an unique
collection of neutrals with subtle textures to create a visual
balance like that of a flower. It was an exciting challenge to use
this inspiration to recreate the essence of Old Hollywood glamour
in a fresh and timeless design.”
Corridors have been refreshed with crystal
chandeliers and fluted crystal glass wall sconces, while textured cream
wall coverings and floral-patterned carpeting contrast with black
guest room doors.
The centerpiece of guest room interiors is a
platform bed with a headboard upholstered in dramatic floral
design to echo the floral arrangements throughout the hotel. The guest rooms also feature lizard-inspired detailing and
crystal hardware. Floor-to-ceiling curtains frame the hotel’s sweeping city views.
Artistic director Jeff Leatham, who has a permanent studio at the
hotel, will create new floral displays on a weekly