Here is a converted textile factory in Hotel Wythe, in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York. It is located in the heart of Brooklyn, in the trendy neighborhood Williamsburg. This building was built in 1901 and was a former textile factory which was transformed into a meticulous and design hotel. Opened May 1, 2012, Wythe Hotel hosts eight floors and 72 rooms. The building is robuse, has an urban character, and has retained its industrial roots. The interior is typical of the atmosphere of Brooklyn, with wooden ceilings, brick walls, visible iron beams. Redecorated and transformed yes, but while keeping the soul and the universe of this very specific New York neighborhood. The dark wood furniture are placed in large spaces bright thanks to large windows that give views of the city toward Manhattan. The rooms are all varied in their ability and style but remain in a natural and urban spirit. The Wythe Hotel include industrial environment and authentic Brooklyn neighborhood and lives with him. More to discover more after the jump and even more on the Hotel’s website. – Via Whitezine
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