One&Only Ocean Club, The Bahamas to Renovate Crescent Wing

One&Only Ocean Club, The Bahamas announced the renovation of the resort’s Crescent Wing.

Drawing inspiration from British colonial style and native Bahamian elements, interior designer Adam D. Tihany began the complete interior renovation of the Crescent Wing’s 40 Beachfront Rooms and 10 Beachfront Suites in June .

As part of the renovation, the Crescent Wing’s Beachfront Rooms and Suites will be infused with a color palette including corals, cerulean blue and sunny yellow. Brazilian cherry wood floors ground the rooms, while soft white painted walls draw in the sunlight. Soft and breezy textiles adorn furnishings throughout. Colors of upholstery and area rugs were selected to reflect the tropical lushness of the Bahamas.

Custom-made furniture made of ebonized mahogany wood with woven cane accents and campaign-style desks are a blend of classic colonial influences and contemporary design. Walls are accented with images of swimmers in colorations by French artist, Camille Perrottet, a series which aims to pay homage to the fragility of water as a natural resource.

Hardwood louvered doors open to a private patio or balcony, offering views of the ocean. Outdoor furniture incorporates upholstered fret back chairs.

Crescent Wing accommodations feature a steam shower, Jacuzzi bathtub with a television and a Bose entertainment system.


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