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The independently owned and operated Trump International Beach Resort Miami has announced that it will soon begin a complete renovation of its lobby. The resort, currently closed due to the Coronavirus pandemic, is using this time when travelers are encouraged to stay at home to upgrade and enhance its interiors.

Local interior designer Carolina Keimig has been selected for the project. Keimig was the visionary behind the resort’s original lobby design nearly two decades ago. Drawing inspiration from the surroundings, Keimig’s reimagined lobby will reflect a light, exuberant, and organic design that incorporates elements found in nature.

The new lobby will feature a natural color palette of bronze, seafoam green, and blue hues, and materials such as rich woods, precious metals, metallics, and iridescent mother of pearl. The design will embrace curved silhouettes that seamlessly flow like waves from space to space.Round sectionals and small, circular tables with seating will create intimate spaces for guests to meet, work, or relax.Focal points will include an onyx back wall behind the front desk, while biophilic elements from a preserved moss wall to indoor plants will be strategically placed throughout the lobby.

Additionally, a one-of-a-kind chandelier in a honeycomb pattern will hang above the main seating area. This geometric shape will be further carried out to the lobby’s undulating floor-to-ceiling, gold-colored metal dividers. Light sheer curtains will provide a hint of softness and allow natural light to flow freely.

Photo: Courtesy of Trump International Beach Resort Miami

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