Interior style: Ocean wing rooms
One thing we receive a lot of questions about at Watergate Bay is our interior design. In fact, our last interior design post is still among the most popular on the blog. So we’ve rounded up another lot of the main features, this time from our Ocean Wing rooms.
Interior design is one of those things. Some let it pass them by, a permanent, passive feature of their landscape. They’ll happily wander in it, not knowing any better, like a cleverly designed town plan or a starry sky.
Others have a keen eye for it, feeling fabrics and inspecting colour schemes as often as they might stop to appreciate Orion on a clear night. The “details people”, if you like.
In either case, whether you’re among the impassive or the impressed, it takes a thorough process to get it right.
Household Design, the team behind the interior design at Watergate Bay, are unquestionably detail people. We’ve worked closely with them to produce the hotel as you see it.
Read on to find out where they sourced the elements that bring our Ocean Wing rooms to life.
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