Interior of the new hotel Kimpton in Toronto tells the story of the city’s past and its modern life. The facade of the building is decorated with graffiti by the famous street artist BirdO, and everything inside is decorated with a predominance of retro style. Note that there are many arches here, they both help to connect the space together and are a distinctive feature of the interior. The hotel has as many as 188 rooms, and each of them is very homely decorated. The rooms are more like apartments for long-term rent: there is a lot of soft furniture and cozy areas, and the bathroom does not give away the hotel style. As for the color scheme, sand and blue shades are favorably combined in the interior with restrained blue, gray, green and burgundy. The walls of the hotel are adorned with vibrant abstract paintings and black and white photographs of Toronto residents. And this is another detail that underlines the interesting image of the Kimpton hotel..
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