Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows and Robb Report Home & Style magazine have unveiled the newly renovated Bungalow One, a customized three-bedroom suite designed by Los Angeles-based interior designer Michael Berman.
This $1 million redesign creates a fully tailored three bedroom, 3 3/4 bath retreat, including a 1,000-square-foot private patio with private access to the Miramar gardens and pool. The design converges a Southern California beach house with a glamorous mid-century pad. Berman brings his self-described “American Trans-Modern” approach for the new bungalow-style beach house.
This suite combines a fresh color palette with organic elements throughout, integrating cool gray-blue hues, natural textures, custom lighting, and locally inspired vintage artwork, reflective of the Santa Monica beach community. â€¨â€¨”Every project I design is synonymous with the environment that it is in,” says Berman. “Bungalow One-I call it ‘Surf-Modern’-mirrors that feeling of early, easy Southern California life with a hint of unexpected subtleties.”
Choosing specific pieces from his Michael Berman Limited and Bronze Studio collections, Berman included his custom California king Bijou bed frame to anchor the handcrafted Vi-Spring mattress from London, which is designed with Shetland wool, raw silk, cashmere, and bamboo. The master bedroom is connected to the open marble mosaicâ€“walled wet room, enclosed by switch-activated, dimmable privacy glass. At the center of the wet room stands a round Lacava tub.