The Gettys Group uses Astoria Compass for Renaissance Atlanta update

The Renaissance Atlanta Waverly Hotel and Convention Center completed a renovation of its accommodations. The hotel’s design team worked with designers at The Gettys Group to upgrade the guestrooms.

The designers involved in the redesign turned to various product manufacturers to create custom furniture to fit the hotel’s identity. One of the manufacturers is Astoria Compass, which worked with the team to design a chair and matching ottoman that would add a pop of color to the guest suites.

Collaborating with the design teams, Astoria Compass produced a gray upholstered armchair to tie back to the room’s palette, accented with Sherwin Williams’ “fabulous grape” ­colored piping for a pop of color. That color was also worked into an ottoman and accent pillow.

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The nine-month installation included hundreds of lounge chairs, ottomans and pillows, filling 522 guestrooms throughout the hotel.

Astoria Compass was founded on the union of Astoria Imports and Compass Originals over 40 years ago. 

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