Photography: Dye House

Room envy is an easy fix at this wool factory turned hotel, which offers shoppable suites filled with the work of local Rhode Island designers.

Located in Olneyville, Dye House is set inside a 161-year-old textile mill that has been given a new look for its transformation into a hotel. Original industrial details such as bare brick and concrete floors are now contrasted by mural wallpapers, tambour wood cladding and furniture made by Rhode Island studios – all chosen by YOWIE founder Shannon Maldonado.

Other traces of the building’s former life as a ceramics studio can be found in one of the hotel’s showers, which is decked out in 70s-style orange, brown and cream tiles. Each suite at Dye House is different, although all contain pieces that can be purchased from the hotel website. Other smaller locally made products can be bought in the hotel lobby.

Photography: Dye House

Hotel owners Valerie and Everett Abitbol also plan to use the warehouse’s vast open space to host pop-ups and events to support Olneyville post-pandemic. Rooms start at £352 per night.

46 Dike St, Providence, RI 02909, United States

Photography: Dye House
Photography: Dye House

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