Eau Palm Beach Partners with Jonathan Adler for Redesign

PALM BEACH, Fla.—Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa has partnered with Jonathan Adler to redefine the guest experience. The complete redesign of the 309 guestrooms, suites, and corridors will be completed in time for the winter 2015 season.

“As Simon Lewis, Eau Palm Beach’s owner, and I created and grew the Eau Palm Beach ‘miles away from mainstream’ experience, we knew reaching out to Jonathan Adler was the perfect and most natural next step to create designs that are reminiscent of classic Palm Beach with touches that make people happy,” said Ayelet Rahav, Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa creative director. “More than ever, today’s vacationers are multi-generational families with incredibly diverse backgrounds and life experiences—and we wanted our room experience to give them a joyful retreat where they can create their own new memories together.”

Each room channels a “Capri meets Santorini meets Palm Beach” vibe. The rooms feature new furnishings designed by Adler, one-of-a kind art commissions by artists Donald “Drawbertson” Robertson, Leila Jeffries, and Jenna Snyder-Phillips, classic photographs by Slim Aarons, and design details that incorporate the classic Chinoiserie-inspired decor and color combinations of vintage Palm Beach.

“In creating this room experience, I wanted the Eau Palm Beach guest to feel as if they truly ‘arrived’ upon walking into their room. Palm Beach has an incredible combination of glamour, fantasy, and luxury, and the new rooms really capture that vibe,” Adler said. “By designing guestrooms with a fresh, nautical color palette and pops of color and unexpected surprises, I’ve created a luxurious and dreamy experience for everyone to enjoy a fancy vacation.”


Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa’s room re-envisioning includes a color palette inspired by the bright blues of Capri, the white of Santorini rooftops, and the classic nautical Palm Beach vibe, with crisp blue valences over balcony doors, bright white and chrome accents, and a pop of yellow.

All of the resort’s 309 rooms feature ocean views, with balcony and cabana spaces that adjoin each room. New elements include hanging chairs with a lacquered bamboo look, as well as a wrought iron “peace” and “love” dining set. Bamboo wallpaper, Chinoiserie console tables, and Sputnik light fixtures salute the rich design history of the area. Desks are bedecked with tassels and bathrooms include hidden-jewel box nooks with bright, bold pops of color.

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