Reverie, Revisited at The Colony

Take a tour inside the Palm Beach icon's recent renovation, boasting an updated first floor, revamped facade, and reimagined guest rooms

New guest room. Courtesy of The Colony
Courtesy of The Colony

Few entities turn 75 and seem to be just getting started, but that’s the MO of The Colony. Following a summer closure, the iconic Palm Beach hotel reopened in November sporting an updated first floor and facade, plus dramatically reimagined guest rooms.

Courtesy of The Colony
Courtesy of The Colony

Designed by Kemble Interiors and other posh partners, the rooms hold a capsule furniture collection by Society Social featuring artisan-crafted rattan and faux-bamboo pieces; walls painted in Farrow & Ball colors rereleased specifically for The Colony; heritage designs by renowned fabric house Schumacher; Matouk linens and terry robes and slippers; Colony-branded toiletries formulated in collaboration with Gibson & Dehn; exclusive art by local photographers Nick Mele, Nathan Coe, and Chris Leidy; and commissioned paintings by North Carolina artist Sarah Boyts Yoder.

“What I cherish most about the new guest rooms is that they feel truly residential, and that was always our ultimate goal,” says Sarah Wetenhall, The Colony’s owner, president, and CEO. “Nothing is cookie-cutter or generic. Each room is a design discovery in its own right.” 

Wish you could move in? Every room is now shoppable, so you can re-create the look in your own home.   

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