The Bevy Hotel Boerne, a DoubleTree by Hilton, has opened in Texas. The property is defined by its “rustic meets contemporary” design, created by MatchLine Design Group and The Johnson Studio at Cooper Carry.
The interior design firms paid tribute to the surrounding Texas Hill Country. The property is said to impart a feeling of Texan sophistication, as immediately seen in the lobby’s stone fireplace and wooden built-ins. Leather armchairs are complemented by cowhide pillows, while metal detail work are applied on both furnishings and facades.
The hotel’s dining space takes on a similar theme, using such materials as rustic wood framework, caramel-hued dining chairs and textured glass dividers.
The hotel’s bar has a vaulted ceiling, offering natural light to flow across the space. There are also red leather chairs. In contrast, the hotel’s breakfast bar takes on a far more neutral design, donning neutral tones and brass ceiling fixtures.
The hotel’s guestrooms are outfitted with paned windows. The suites are flooded with natural light. Artworks above guestroom beds serve as a central focal point and aim to mirror the hotel’s surrounding landscape. Modern furnishings complete each space.
The hotels conference areas continue the “rustic meets contemporary design” theme, with each outfitted in eye-catching carpeting and formalized with beam work.
Amenities onsite also include a pool and lounge.
Photo credit: MatchLine Design Group