Quirky Interior Mondays-Week 7
Welcome to another week of our “Quirky Interior Mondays” Hard to believe 7 weeks has gone by since we started our blog on Quirky Interiors.
We shared another room in a previous post on this very quirky hotel (Brody House) located in Budapest.
Brody House is a boutique hotel in Budapest, Hungary housed in a neo-classical heritage building originally constructed in 1896.
Located in the heart of what was the glamorous and exclusive ‘Palace Quarter‘, Brody House was named after Hungarian writer Sandor Brody.
The 11-room hotel has unique and individually designed guest rooms which feature vintage up-cycled furniture, paint stripped walls and contemporary art.
Today we wanted to share another space in this gorgeous Boutique style Hotel. We just can’t get enough of the uniqueness of this space. This spaces screams old world yet with a funky modern twist, like out of the 80’s with the neon lights pouring in from the adjoining rooms. Imagine having a nice cocktail at the bar or simple having dinner with friends at the dining table. whilst taking in the funky vibes of this breathtaking hotel.
We just love the spin on the old world charm with its herring bone wood floors, mixed in with the period style floor tiles. Some how they seem to work together so well. Down to the rustic furniture used. The period art all blends perfectly well and we imagine that these are original pieces. The textures plastered walls is quite busy yet it adds to the uniqueness and works well. The blue leather couch tucked in the corner is definitely a nice place to just chill after dinner and take in everything.
What are your thoughts on this unique and quirky Boutique Hotel? Would you stay here? We would love to hear from you.
Until next Monday, thanks for joining us!