MKV Design completes Mykonos Grand Hotel refurbishment

Mykonos Grand Hotel
This was the second return of the design team, which created the original interiors of the property.

MKV Design completed a refurbishment of the guestrooms and library of the Mykonos Grand Hotel, a property located on the Greek island of Mykonos. This was the second return of the design team, which created the original interiors of the property in 2000.

The redesign was inspired by the property’s location. The guestrooms use white and blue, and the bathrooms were upgraded with white Greek marble throughout, continued on the floor of the bedroom area. There is also a freestanding Corian tub that allows guests to bathe with a view out to their terrace or watch the bathroom TV. Meanwhile, the Mykonian arch frames the bedroom space of the larger rooms, emphasized in blue with inset ceiling lights.

The refurbished library has a white marble floor and painted walls juxtaposed with the accent colors of cushions, books, artwork and accessories. There is also a collection of custom-designed pendant lights arranged like clusters of orbs against a feature wall.

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Mykonos Grand Hotel

Mykonos Grand Hotel

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