Blossom Hill Inn Zhouzhuang Features Ming Inspired Ambiance

bright repainted yellow and pink ming style chairs inside modern space
There is something charming about Chinese inspired space. Their way of surround us with Zen feeling sometimes just makes us dozed off, into an imaginary land of minds. But that's merely one of the wild imagination. This Blossom Hill Inn in Zhouzhuang, however, showcase the collaboration of Chinese traditions and customs. Shanghai based interior design Dariel Studio is the mastermind behind these extraordinary spaces.With over portfolio of over 50 international spaces, Dariel Studio has created residential and commercial spaces within Shanghai, Beijing, Sheshan, and Zhouzhuang.
calm beauty in black and white infiltrate with chromatic accents
This fabulous hotel is one of their work, situated in Zhozhuang, which also goes by the name of "Venice of the Orient". Dariel Studio has the ultimate goal of creating a hotel that illustrates the beauty and history of Zhouzhuang. The firm knows just how to do it by designing each of the rooms a picture of different seasons, hues and names based on those seasons. All the while, the historical value of the building remains kept, thus successfully features Ming inspired ambiance.

sophisticated chinese style bedroom with thin dividing wall between the bed and lounge area
Sophisticated Chinese style bedroom with thin dividing wall between the bed and lounge area with a strong look of classic by the exposed beams.

traditional chinese bedroom setting highlighted by lighting fixtures
Traditional Chinese bedroom setting highlighted by modern yet charming lighting fixtures on the walls, ceilings, and tables.
chevron patterned floor, ceramicgourds and white face sculptures welcomes on entryway
The second you walk inside the hotel, you are welcomed by chevron patterned floor, ceramic gourds and white face sculptures. A rustic and traditional charm is quickly accompany you through the end of the wall with their traditional windows.
four closely-connected buildings with showcase of traditionality in their windowpanes and doors
The renovation on these four connected buildings take six months to perform. Dariel studio must carefully do this part and has manage to preserved the old wooden window frames. As a result, the firm brings the old Chinese look along a brand new, solid beams structure.
Rustic East Asian traditionalism meets modern in this minimalist dining setting
Rustic East Asian traditionalism meets modern in this minimalist dining setting. The modern furniture is nicely blend to the traditional space through the pulling-together wall art.
traditional style windowpanes to look through the chinese style courtyard
It seems like the Chinese tradition is not complete without the opportunity to look through the Chinese style courtyard. The endless pattern windowpanes transfer your visual smoothly. All the while, dim lighting sparks the look of Asian life with their dramatic effect.

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