Get the Look: Rooftop Lounge at Ace Hotel LA

Outdoor entertaining season has arrived in Seattle (at least for this week)! We furnished our patio last weekend, but like any space in our home, it never seems quite complete. As if it needs one more accessory or the arrangement needs a minor tweak. 

In the past, I have sought design inspiration from the suite of Ace Hotels. I love their industrial design approach and nod to mid-century. Their designs fully engage the idea of "hi/lo." Within each hotel room, raw metal features (oftentimes re-purposed) pair perfectly with softer touches of a Pendelton blanket or bright splashes of art on the wall. 

Their outdoor living spaces are no exception. At their newest venture, Ace Hotel LA, concrete walls and live-edge wood tables and stools compliment the patterned design of the awning, the reclaimed kilim-wrapped pillows and army green canvas seat pads.

Taking inspiration from this cool outdoor vibe, I designed a patio with rustic masculine touches and natural hues of orange and green.

The dining area pairs a modern Parsons concrete table with a re-purposed DIY fence post bench and orange metal cubed stools. Reminiscent of Ace's Navajo-inspired awning, the space is protected with a simple black and cream standing umbrella. A bright lemon tree potted in a rusted metal pot completes this dining area.

A second, more conversational space, grounded by a multi-color kilim outdoor rug, has been added. A natural canvas butterfly seat (also a nod to Ace's appreciation of mid-century furniture) paired with a vinyl and powdered coated steel "hoop" chair rounds out this space. A green metal coffee table, accessorized with a set of orange ceramic lanterns adds to the industrial and natural touches of this patio.

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