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Designer Ken Fulk Transforms a Renaissance Revival Mansion into a Haute Hotel

For his debut hotel project, Auberge Resorts’ Commodore Perry Estate in Austin, AD100 designer Ken Fulk pulled out all the stops—transforming a 1928 Italian Renaissance Revival mansion into exuberant accommodations. Our favorite room? The LaVerne suite, so named for a past owner and formed from what were once a group of smaller chambers. Pierre Frey’s Le Grand Corail fabrics cocoon the walls and canopy bed, accented by finds from Texas’s Round Top Antiques Fair. “We really put on our decorator hats, layering patina and style,” says Fulk. “The whole idea was for the space to feel utterly feminine, old-fashioned, and immersive.” aubergeresorts.com

The LaVerne suite at Auberge Resorts Collection’s new Commodore Perry Estate, designed 
by Ken Fulk.

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