BAMO renovates suites of Four Seasons Hotel Chicago

The Four Seasons Hotel Chicago has completed the renovation of its one-bedroom suites, ranging from 725 square feet (67 square meters) to 950 square feet (88 square meters).

Led by design group BAMO, the renovation infused residentially inspired palettes and décor with Chicago-centric details.

The suites now have charcoal and grey hand-painted wallpaper on white walls, light stone, wool carpet and wood floors. The color palette used includes beige, grey, sage, celadon, yellow and blues.

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The panoramic views of Chicago and Lake Michigan were highlighted in the renovation by pulling drapes back to the outside of the physical window openings, while strategically placed mirrors further heighten the views.

Throughout the suites, custom furnishings of glass, lacquer and natural woods are complemented by brass detailing. Selected pieces, such as the bed and accompanying side tables, provide a common thread with the recent guestroom renovation, but these pieces are defined with new colors, finishes and enhanced details.

Furnishings were designed and arranged with versatility in mind, with opportunities for live, work or play to accommodate the various needs of guests. Seating, including long sofas upholstered in custom Italian fabric, are arranged for one-on-one engagement or entertaining. Dining tables with flanking wings allow for dining, reading or working.

There are also artworks selected by Chicago-based consultant Shashi Caudill.

Photo credit: Four Seasons Hotel Chicago

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