Washington D.C.—CBT, a Boston-based multi-disciplinary interior, architecture, and urban design firm specializing in luxury hospitality design, announced that it has completed a three-month interior design renovation of Hotel George to reflect the namesake of the Kimpton Hotel boutique property located in the heart of the Capitol Hill business district. The George’s redesign included all 139 guestrooms and suites, corridors and elevator banks, which will now flow seamlessly with the recently renovated lobby, gallery and meeting spaces.
CBT’s design for The George combines classic styles and whimsical attributes. Parchment and ink, as a means of historical communication, drive the color palette while supersized graphics of the inaugural address create a feature wall in each newly-designed room. Rich dark accents will contrast with features such as the custom accent pillows, based on George Washington’s original uniform, which adorn the king-size beds. The design of the bed throw incorporates the service stripe that George Washington ordered men to wear who had served for three years “with bravery, fidelity and good conduct” during the American Revolution.
“The CBT design team is very proud of all the distinctive design elements that went into making the Hotel George renovation a success and the perfect combination of traditional and modern elegance,” said CBT principal, Jacqueline McGee. “The end result is a beautiful space that is truly unique and encompasses all the distinctive details guests expect from an upscale boutique hotel while staying true to its brand.”
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