A TOUCH OF GREEN – THE NOMAD HOTEL LA
In this cold February, I already feel the spring in the NoMad Hotel, LA.
From soaring lobby ceilings to mezzanine fine dining, here are some interior looks at this sprawling hotel in the heart of DTLA.
As the former Bank of Italy building at the corner of Olive and Seventh, this 1920s-era property owns 241 hotel rooms, several dinning and drinking areas, a separate coffee bar, and a rooftop pool.
Elements of its early days were luckily well-preserved, including the striking coffered ceiling over the lobby, the intricate coin-themed detailing around the main doors.
The interior designer Jacques Garcia, who also designed the NoMad NYC, featured the grassy green everywhere in this inspired space, from towering curtains to the Jewel-toned seating in the lobby.
The Nomad LA has both modern and vintage designs perfectly combined into their decor.