Naumi Hotel, Singapore, has unveiled its distinctive new guest rooms inspired by Andy Warhol and Coco Chanel.
The Andy Warhol-themed rooms, Eden and Nirwana, are decadent and stylish, featuring interesting shapes and dramatic pops of colour. The walls are decorated with specially commissioned artwork from award-winning photographer, Olivier Henry, and Thai artist, Pariwat.
The space has been decked out to resemble a swanky New York penthouse apartment. The oversized bed takes centre stage, and a dramatic circular bathtub is hidden behind a revolving screen.
Inspired by Coco Chanel, Gabrielle and Camellia are decorated in chic monochrome and pale green hues and are decked out in designer furnishings. Artistic interpretations of Coco Chanel’s iconic flower, the Camellia, grace the walls.
The rooms feature large bathrooms with a powerful rain-shower, a freestanding bathtub and a smokescreen bathroom glass panel, which switches from clear to frosted at the touch of a button. Elegant, comfortable and luxurious, the Chanel-inspired rooms make for an indulgent hotel stay.
Each of the Andy Warhol- and Coco Chanel-inspired rooms also include Apple TVs, seven-layer bedding in 400 thread-count Egyptian Cotton, luxurious bath amenities by Malin + Goetz and high-speed WiFi connection.