Stripes Sensation: The Carlyle Inn

The Beverly Hills hotel debuted a bold Art Deco look this past summer.

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Carlyle Inn
The Carlyle Inn in Beverly Hills debuted a very stripes-forward look during the summer of 2015.
The Carlyle Inn
The completed-in-2015 refurbishment, priced at a million, kept an Art Deco aesthetic in mind.
Carlyle Inn
The building's exterior, umbrellas, and flooring are monochromatic and dramatic. A spread of Astroturf on the sundeck adds a pop of color.
The Carlyle Inn
The pieces inside reflect the monochrome mien of the redo.
The Carlyle Inn
A lobby filled with bowlers greets guests. And a giant golden hand for a seat, too.
The Carlyle Inn
The outdoor area summons the long-ago glam of a black-and-white flick.
The Carlyle Inn
The sundeck, a fine place to catch a few rays, sits above the tables and umbrellas.
The Carlyle Inn
There are 32 rooms on the Pacific Hotels property, and each got a gussy-up during the refurbishment.
The Carlyle Inn
The look of the gym is pure '30s Hollywood. In addition to modern equipment, look for vintage weights and old-school jump ropes.
The Carlyle Inn
The black-and-white vibe continues through the restaurant, with a geometric Carrera marble floor and old-time photos on the walls. The Carlyle Inn's redo wrapped early in the summer of 2015; see it now.
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