This was also another of Angela Cameron's larger projects on the East Coast. Collaborating with the Designer and Her color scheme of fabric samples and style of the space, artwork was chosen and customized to add that final modern touch to the guest rooms and public areas of this Hyatt Hotel in Washington DC.
The beautiful triptych (see far right) was printed on aluminum with no frame to maintain a modern feel. The canvas framed art (far left) of abstract water added the only hit of color in this neutral guest room. Various tones of blues, greens and turquoise was the theme color of the artwork with the background textiles and upholstery goods being neutral. The pop of yellow on the wall created a sophisticated backdrop that further highlighted the artwork and overall design.
This is a great example of how artwork is used as the finishing touch! Simple frames and modern display did not overpower the Designers vision, rather the artwork was the icing on the cake to the overall feel of this hotel guest room.
"This project was over several months of samples and back and forth with the Designer to ensure all the tones worked perfectly together" stated Cameron, "it was a pleasure to work on this and see the overall finished space".