What inspires Wimberly Interiors’ redesign of Four Seasons Hotel Seattle

Los Angeles-based Wimberly Interiors has completed the redesign of guestrooms and suites at the Four Seasons Hotel Seattle. The new look for the accommodations was reportedly inspired by Seattle’s "enterprising" culture.

Following the redesign, each guestroom now has caramel-tone leather headboard and set against a wallcovering with blue, white and grey tones that signify the waters of Puget Sound and landscape that surrounds Seattle and the hotel. The use of raw wood and natural materials throughout the space gives a sense of place, tying each room to the Pacific Northwest.

The Deluxe Elliott Bay Suites, measuring 1,190 square feet (111 square meters), now have custom furnishings and a gas fireplace in the living room, and a separate area with a custom oak dining table that seats four. Meanwhile, the Corner Elliott Bay Suites have views of the Seattle Great Wheel and Elliott Bay from the deep soaking tubs and corner bedrooms. Measuring 795 square feet (74 square meters), these suites are filled with natural light.


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Other details in the guestrooms and suites include a collection of framed reproductions curated by Seattle Art Museum; carpet inspired by the local textures and patterns of Seattle in blue tones from Axminster; and a multi-function dining and work round marble table, with American white oak and black oak stain leather chairs. Each guestroom also has a cream-colored lounge or chair.

In-room amenities include a fully-stocked mini bar with items from local companies; new L'Occitane Almond in-room bath products; and marble bathroom with a deep-soaking tub, glass-enclosed rain shower, toilet and mirror with an integrated television.

The guestrooms also have Internet access; Bose Soundbars with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity; 55-inch flat screen TVs with casting and streaming capability; multiple USB ports and plugs throughout the room; and two reading lights in a plated brushed black bronze located over each side of the Four Seasons bed. Finally, the rooms have platinum colored black-out drapes with marshmallow-colored sheers.

Positioned on the first 10 floors of a 21-story downtown hotel and residential tower, Four Seasons Hotel Seattle has 147 guestrooms, including 13 luxury suites.

Angelica Palladino is the GM of Four Seasons Hotel Seattle.

Photo credit: Four Seasons Hotel Seattle