Waldo Fernandez upgrades Malibu Beach Inn

For the revamp, Fernandez collaborated with another Los Angeles designer, Tommy Clements.

The Malibu Beach Inn in Malibu, Calif., is being revamped by Los Angeles-based designer Waldo Fernandez. Custom pieces will complement the refurbishments of both the interiors and exterior of the Pacific Coast Highway-located hotel.

Currently at work renovating the hotel’s 47 guestrooms and suites, Fernandez’s redesign will be completed by the end of 2016.

For the revamp, Fernandez collaborated with another Los Angeles designer, Tommy Clements.

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Already remodeled spaces, such as the onsite Carbon Beach Club eatery and reception area, now have European oak floors, raw rift white oak paneling, white walls, natural fiber fabrics and new lighting. Both spaces align with the design of the upcoming guestrooms that will also have teak, oak and natural fibers. The color palettes used were influenced by the landscape, and includes blue, taupe and other earth tones.



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