A boutique hotel in Germany

Don’t you absolutely love the design of boutique hotels? 
 
As I was traveling through the blog world I found this beautiful one at frauhaselmayer and I had to share! It is called die träumerei (which according to Fran is German for “the dreamery”). I hope you enjoy this fabulous decor and possibly have a place to stay if you ever visit Michelstadt, Germany! You should also stop by at Fran blog.



“The half-timbered and landmarked house from the year 1623 was completely restored and renovated considering historic and the latest ecological and constructional aspects. It opened its doors last August. The 4 rooms are – each of them is designed in a different theme – are called Malvensuite, Elfenbeinzimmer, Jademansarde and Goldspeicher (Mauve Suite, Ivory Room, Jade Mansarde and Gold Attic). Referring to the oak wood framework the furniture of the reception is made of whitened oak and the furniture in the rooms is made of smoked oak. Lovely details and personal touches can be found throughout the hotel – key pendants from Africa, old train tickets as bookmarks, lamps from Illums Bolighus, old movie chais, tiles from Belgium, wallpaper from Osborne & Little…”


source: frauhaselmayer and jomad and here

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