Fettle returns The Georgian hotel in Santa Monica to its 1930s “glory”

Design studio Fettle has restored an art deco hotel in Santa Monica, California, refreshing its distinctive turquoise facade and using the original style to inform the interiors.

Facing Ocean Avenue and the water beyond, The Georgian hotel was originally built in 1933 to serve tourists visiting the beachside city west of Los Angeles.

Restoring The Georgian hotel involved refreshing its turquoise facade

The eight-storey building was recently acquired by BLVD Hospitality, which tasked London and Los Angeles-based Fettle with bringing it back to life while embracing its heritage.

“The brief for The Georgian was very simple: to restore the building to her former and deserved glory,” said the studio’s co-founder

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