Gallery: PHOTOS: Inhabitat Explores Williamsburg’s Sexy New Wythe Hotel...

The lobby offers a massive borrowing library, enclosed in metal-and-glass industrial bookcases.

Artwork throughout the hotel is by local artists, including the huge Duke Riley drawing in the lobby. The big painting in the lobby’s elevator by is also by a local artist. In the hallways, light fixtures combine midcentury modern with early-1900s design elements, a style pairing that’s repeated throughout the hotel—even in the hallway signage.

The decor of the ground-floor Reynard’s restaurant (the latest from co-owner Andrew Tarlow, of Marlow & SonsDiner and Roman’s) juxtaposes original industrial features like a cast-iron column with finer ones like the seafoam-green gloss enamel. The space also features rich, soft brown calfskin banquettes.

Some of the rooms even have bunkbeds to accommodate bands on tour.

Each room has a retro-style REVO Heritage internet radio, and a curly red cable to connect your iPhone or MP3 player to the surround-sound audio system. Bathrooms all have vintage (read, recycled) mirrors and other small furnishings. The eco-friendly bath products are by a Rockaway Beach-based Goldie’s. Custom-made bed frames are made of reclaimed ceiling timbers, by Dave Hollier Woodwork and Design, and the guestrooms all have custom wallpaper by Dan Funderburgh and Flavor Paper.

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