If hotel rooms are designed using what the internet says are the latest decorating trends — then they’ll look something like this, apparently.
A series of rooms – organized based on the “latest emerging interior design trends online” – are revealed in a pop-up hotel by Argus and visual inspiration platform Pinterest, “immersing guests in a world of inspiration and inner discovery.”
The pop-up known as the “Argos Mood Hotel” consists of six different “mood rooms”, ranging from a “luxury room” with gold accents to a cool “game room” for adults.
Argos and visual inspiration platform Pinterest have unveiled a series of rooms – curated based on “the latest interior design trends emerging online.” Above is the Tea Party Room.
The Argos Mood Hotel is located in Bethnal Green, London, and is made up of six different “mood rooms”.
Decked out with ‘modern homeware and furniture from the latest Argos product range’, the concept hotel in London’s Bethnal Green will be open to the public from Saturday 2 April until 4 April (scroll down for more details).
Not only that, but members of the public can also Advance to stay In a trendy hotel for a night out – and some will win for the chic room contents.
To dream up themes for every hotel room, Pinterest, a site that allows users to create their own visual “mood boards,” analyzed the most popular searches of its users from October 2019 to September 2021.
Year after year Pinterest searches for “luxury kitchen design,” “luxury master bedroom,” and “golden bathroom fixtures” have combined to inspire “luxury room.”
A flurry of Pinterest searches for “luxury master bedroom” and “golden bathroom fixtures” inspired “luxury room” (pictured)
Deep green walls, marble tables, and velvet stools add to the gold accents in the “Luxury Room” (pictured)
According to the designers, the ‘luxury room’ is designed to create a ‘upscale sense of luxury’.
Deep green walls, marble tables, and velvet chairs add to the room’s gold accents, which create a ‘high-end luxury feel’.
Meanwhile, the Playroom – where “new and unconventional worlds” collide – promises to be an “example of energizing, youthful energy.”
Inspired by Pinterest searches for “adult crafts,” “adult bunk rooms,” and “cowboy themed parties for adults,” it’s packed with fun features, from a fuzz ball table and dartboard to colorful pop furniture and wall art made with toys. Soft.
Other “mood rooms” at the hotel include the “Escape Room” – described as “modern simplicity at its best” – which is all about “turning your home into your own sanctuary”.
Pictured is the “playroom”, which promises to be “the epitome of energizing, youthful energy”
“Playroom” was inspired by Pinterest searches for “adult crafts,” “adult bunk rooms,” and “cowboy themed parties for adults.”
The “escape room,” pictured above, is about “turning your home into your own sanctuary.”
Searches for “library room”, “massage room” and “spa room decor” led to the design of “escape room”
Stemming from a boom in searches for “library room,” “massage room,” and “spa room décor,” the space features muted pastel colors, light wood furnishings, graphic prints, and soft lighting.
Pinterest also picked up an increase in searches for ‘living room plants’, ‘indoor plant shelving ideas’ and ‘indoor plant wall ideas’, which inspired The Nature Room, a space awash in ‘earthy tones, coarse textures and lifelike designs’. .
Pictures show that the space is decorated with woven baskets, plant walls, leaf-patterned pillows, and upholstered furniture in shades of green.
Meanwhile, the hotel’s “tea party room” was based on an increase in searches for “high tea dining ideas”, “vintage tea party” and “tea party aesthetic” on Pinterest.
Velvet armchairs in shades of pink and dusty green, colorful dried flowers and polished brass table lamps are scattered throughout the lounge space.
Pinterest picked up an increase in searches for “living room plants” and “indoor plant wall ideas” — which inspired the “nature room” (pictured)
The “Nature Room” is said to be a space awash in “earthy tones, durable materials and vibrant designs.”
Above is the bathroom in the “nature room”, complete with woven baskets and a wall of plants
The hotel’s ‘tea party room’, pictured, was based on an increase in searches for ‘high tea dining ideas’, ‘vintage tea party’ and ‘tea party aesthetic’ on Pinterest
Finally, there’s the “Night Room” — a “futuristic and fun” space based on Pinterest searches for “dreamy room,” “moon wallpaper,” “night aesthetic bedroom,” and “bioluminescence.” [an organism’s production and emission of light] Aesthetic’. Here, designers opted for dark curtains, neon lighting, bold artwork, and a grainy color palette of navy and navy blue.
Everything in the hotel is available for purchase from Argos in-store and online, allowing visitors to “put their own touch on the décor of the Argos Mood Hotel in their homes,” according to a statement.
Ahead of the opening, Andrew Tanner, Director of Design at Argos, said: “This is a great opportunity to bring our homewares to life, indulge and inspire our customers, and show the ways in which design-led furniture and homeware can transform a room.
The image is “Night Room” – a “futuristic and fun” space based on Pinterest searches for “dreamy room” and “moon wallpaper”
The designers chose neon lighting, bold artwork, and a grainy color palette of navy blue and black in the “Night Room.”
Our in-house team is committed to curating a range of beautiful products to inspire and excite all of our customers, from plush furnishings to earthy accents and vibrant décor. Trends have always been at the heart of our collections, but now that we’re adapting to a new way of living and spending more time in our homes, we want to show the different ways design-led furniture and homeware can transform a room.
Sibel Trettera, Head of Creative Strategy, EMEA, Pinterest added: “The Mood Hotel is benefiting from the massive cultural shift we have all experienced in the past two years. All over the world, we have seen that people’s relationships with their homes are forever changed, and this comes with a new demand to develop and transform spaces to suit our moods. This innovative approach from Argos explores the ways people use the platform and brings to life the trends people are looking for, making it easier for home décor enthusiasts to take action on their creative ideas.
Rooms are open to the public during the day on Sunday, April 3, and for a free night stay from Saturday, April 2 to Monday, April 4, with successful applicants winning one of five mood rooms. For more information visit www.themoodhotel.co.uk.