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Mykonos Grand Hotel by MKV Design

by Sophie Cullen on Feb 15, 2016 in Interiors
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Image by Niall Clutton

Image by Niall Clutton

MKV Design has transformed the guestrooms and library at the exclusive Mykonos Grand Hotel

Located on the Greek island of Mykonos, the hotel embodies the iconic colours of Mykonian architecture with only white and blue being used in the guest rooms. White Greek marble has been used throughout the rooms from bathroom to bedroom areas, and a highlight of the bathroom is the freestanding Corinthian tub that is located so that guests can either take in the view out to their terrace or watch the bathroom television.

Image by Niall Clutton

Image by Niall Clutton

Mid-twentieth century-style furniture has been used throughout the rooms, and a classical Mykonian arch frames the bedroom space of the larger suites. Inset ceiling lights conjure images of tiny stars, and crisp blue and white beds make striking new additions to each guestroom.

Image by Niall Clutton

Image by Niall Clutton

Marble has also been employed in the library, where it is set off by strong accent colours of cushions, books, artwork and accessories. Warmly toned timber adds further pace to the design while two oversized pouffes, upholstered in felt to resemble giant natural boulders, add fun; a floor mosaic in a design inspired by the mosaics of the neighbouring island of Dilos heralds the heart of the room.

Image by Niall Clutton

Image by Niall Clutton

 

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