Designed by London firm Fusion Interiors Group, the Hendrick’s Hotel in central Amsterdam spans two 18th-century volumes joined internally but appear as distinct buildings to passersby.
The custom reception desk reflects the influence of the structure’s history as a bank with brass insets fixed to an oak panel representing a banking counter.
The lobby is conceived as a living room, featuring a sprawling, backlit bookshelf that showcases an array of antiques sourced from across Europe.
One of the few original architectural elements, the winding staircase is updated with black and white zigzag carpeting for added drama.
Romance suites are crafted with a palette of pale green and pink accents and boast faux leather headboards and suspended light fixtures.
The hotel’s Royal guestrooms are dressed with a dark blue and gold scheme and exposed wood beams, while a deep red freestanding bathtub sits at the foot of each bed.
Black and white zigzag patterns in the bathrooms offset the chevron wood patterns featured in the floors and headboards of each accommodation.