Designer Sean Knibb filled each room in Los Angeles’ Line Hotel with the same cool furnishings: a king-size platform bed in ash veneer, a subtly gray-striped cover on the duvet and a simple two-arm pendant fixture with reddish-orange linen shades. Photography by Art Gray.
Built in 1755, Copenhagen’s 200,000-square-foot luxury Hotel d’Angleterre reopened last May after extensive renovation. The hotel’s original 123 rooms were reduced to just 90, expanding the Royal Suite, pictured above, to nearly 27,000 square feet. Photography courtesy of Hotel d’Angleterre.