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The 365 classic rooms and eleven suites favor soft yellow walls, botanical prints, chaise longues, and humongous beds in maize, periwinkle or coral.
Leave a Note Rooms at this Pasadena landmark displaying Pueblo Mission Revival architecture are decorated with rich woods and furnished with chaise longues; those on the ground floor have French doors opening onto patios.
Image From left: Jeffrey Bernett for B&B Italia Landscape chaise longue, $5,165, bebitalia.com.
Leave a Note Rooms at this Pasadena landmark displaying Pueblo Mission Revival architecture are decorated with rich woods and furnished with chaise longues
The natural world and its palliative force is further evoked by a lime-green velvet Gio Ponti chair that vaguely resembles a pea pod, and a black velvet Mark Brazier-Jones chaise longue with silver steel satyr feet.
Its Chester Line includes a number of elements, from a corner sofa to a chaise longue.
Wiker showed off an infinity pool, chaise longues and outdoor tenants’ kitchen elevated above the corner of Park Avenue and Hamilton Street.
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First Known Use: 1800See Words from the same year
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