The Grand Hotel in Oslo, Norway, has invited 13 prominent Norwegian women to decorate their own personal hotel room. The rooms, which have been termed the Ladies’ Floor, are designed exclusively with the needs of female guests in mind. Each suite is named after – and decorated with photographs of – a different successful Norwegian woman. Below a sample of what you can expect if you stay at The Grand’s Ladies’ Floor.
This room is called The Snow Princess Room and is inspired by Kari Traa, a Norwegian freestyle mogul skier and clothing designer. Interior- and design shop Ekse from Oslo decorated this room with furniture, lighting and accessories of various young designers. They used Cole & Son’s Wood wallpaper to decorate the walls of this beautiful room.
Veronica Sønsteby, the owner of the interior and design store JANE DOE in Oslo, has designed The Butterfly Room. JANE DOE is known for it’s eclectic mix of new and vintage furniture, accessories and lamps. Veronica has used this same mix to decorate this room.
R.O.O.M. has designed this room named A colour kingdom, which is inspired by Norwegian jazz-singer Silje Nergaard. R.O.O.M. is a well-known retailer of high quality products within the areas of furniture, interior accessories and design. They have various stores in Scandinavian cities such as Oslo and Copenhagen.
For more information about the Grand Hotel and The Ladies’ Room you can visit the Grand Hotel’s website.