A Sneak Preview of the Hotel Vermont guestrooms
by TruexCullins, March 21, 2013
We are counting down the days until the opening of Hotel Vermont. As you may know from past posts, TruexCullins is designing the interiors for this LEED-certified hotel going up on Cherry Street in Burlington. Last October we shared some renderings of the proposed bar at Juniper Lounge, located on the lobby level of the hotel. Check them out here if you missed it the first time.
Now we have new renderings of the hotel guestrooms, courtesy of our in-house digital wizards. The rooms are all very modern and clean, with natural wood casegoods, dramatic lighting, and full-height doors and headboards.
All of the guestrooms, including the Deluxe King, feature custom wood casegoods and furnishings. The centerpoint of the room is the floor-to-ceiling headboard crafted from character-grade White Oak. A built-in window seat makes maximum use of the space in front of the window and integrates seamlessly with the adjacent desk and dresser unit.
Some rooms have a larger entry, with a console unit as seen here. A sliding door opens to the bathroom, with backlit mirror and vessel sink.
TruexCullins Interiors is responsible for the design and specification of most everything you see in these images, from the finishes and furnishings right down to the artwork and room accessories.
The Hotel Vermont guestrooms promise to be as unique as our state itself, and we can’t wait to see the finished product!