Benjamin Noriega-Ortiz drew inspiration from the 1946 French film "La Belle et La Bete", and its otherworldly influence can be felt all throughout the hotel, from the front entrance to the bar. But my favorite part is definitely the bedrooms — they truly feel like a retreat. It might be a teeny bit impractical to re-decorate my entire house in shades of blue and white, but I'm still dreaming of bringing a little bit of that modern fairytale ambiance home. First Row: 1. & 2. The Mondrian Soho via notcot.org. 3. White Lucite Louis Ghost chair from Hive Modern. 4. Peacock Rug from CB2. 5. Anthropologie Tulip Mirror. Second Row: 1. Milo Baughman-esque desk by Jonathan Adler. 2. White Faux Chandelier from Urban Outfitters. 3. Alvar Aalto Dual-Colored Vase from Fjorn. 4. Yves Klein "Anthropometrie" print at Art.com. MORE MONDRIAN & BENJAMIN NORIEGA ORTIZ ON APARTMENT THERAPY: • The New Mondrian Soho: Inside the Design Process • The Designer's Home: Benjamin's Finely-Feathered New York Nest House Tour • NYC Interior Designers Create "It Gets Better" Video Images: As linked above.