Adam Tihany helms renovation of The Breakers Palm Beach

The Breakers Palm Beach unveiled renovations that saw changes made to the property’s suites and historic Ocean Course.

The 140-acre oceanfront property got rejuvenated Imperial and Royal Poinciana Suites. Remastered by designer Adam D. Tihany, who acted as design consultant to Peacock + Lewis Architects and is a longtime collaborator to this property, the suites now have residential elements, and an open and airy floorplan. Situated in the South Oceanfront Tower, the redesigns reveal new décor inspired by Palm Beach's luxury lifestyle, and views of the Atlantic.

Complemented by hues of blues and greens, a nod to The Breakers' seaside location, the color palette of the Royal Poinciana Suites was enhanced by custom furniture, modern accessories and new finishes throughout. Meanwhile, the Imperial Suites were completely reimagined with a nautical inspiration. Using navy and gold color schemes, reminiscent of a luxury yacht, the new looks are marked by clean lines and Palm Beach floral accents. Throughout these accommodations are luxurious, hand-selected materials. There are also curated art collections including Palm Beach photography.

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The Breakers Palm Beach is owned by the Kenan family, heirs of founder Henry Flagler. Every year, the Kenans invest more than $30 million into the hotel.

Photo credit: The Breakers Palm Beach

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