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Located in the heart of the city, a few steps from the Teatro alla Scala, the fashion district and the Duomo, the Il Grand Hotel et de Milan has a new intimate and retro atmosphere, thanks to Dimore Studio decor ideas.
The recent renovation entrusted to Dimore Studio in Milan, has given the different environments a contemporary style but keeping the allure intact, with an intervention that focused on fabrics, carpets, colors and decorations.
The renovated rooms have been divided into five categories according to the chromatic tonality to which they belong: red cherry, mustard, aubergine, sugar paper and cocoa.
The dominant color remains, however, only a trace within which each room fits with its own furniture, style and epochal reference. As in a private home, each room has its own unique mix of fabrics, paintings and objects, rugs and textures, which is never repeated, moving away from the standardization that often characterizes the hotel industry.
Each detail is studied individually in reference to the environment and the dominant color in which it is inserted, binding to this with recalls in harmony or contrast. The project reflects the passion for history, shared both by ownership and management, as by Dimore Studio: objects and furnishings have kept the precious patina conquered over the years and the will to give life to the countless number of period pieces and historical references that are the great wealth of the Grand Hotel et de Milan is tangible.