Ken Fulk is recognized as one of the AD100 top interior designers, responsible for amazing and famous projects all over the world. This time, the designer debuted a brand new hospitality project the Auberge Resorts’ Commodore Perry Estate in Austin, Texas. Join Home And Decoration and find out all the details below!
Meet Auberge Resorts’ Commodore Perry Estate, a brand new hospitality project designed by top interior designer, Ken Fulk. We begin with the dining room’s set of circular floral paintings from Round Top, hanging on historical paneling, and a Venini chandelier that tops off the space.
This is one of the favorite rooms in the project, The LaVerne suite. There are Pierre Frey’s Le Grand Corail fabrics on the walls and canopy bed, accented by finds from Texas’s Round Top Antiques Fair.
Beautifully displayed in this amazing breakfast room, named like that by the designer. It features tile floors and china cabinets that are original, along with rattan furnishings and bold new floral wall coverings. It’s the perfect place to enjoy a slow morning with your loved ones, enjoying amazing food and views.
Original 1920s tile still is encountered throughout the hotel and served as inspiration for the overall concept and branding. This outside area is the perfect spot to finish the perfect day and an unforgettable stay at this unbelievable resort!
In the mansion’s five suites, Fulk’s team leaned heavily on evocative Pierre Frey wall coverings and fabrics. The Hal Thompson Suite uses the “Pampa” motif on not only the walls but also on a sofa. What do you think about the mesmerizing project of top designer Ken Fulk?