By Terry Trucco
I can’t think of any New York City hotel lobby that’s undergone more redesigns in recent years than the Paramount, the 1920s French Renaissance pile in the Theater District.
First came the blood-red rug edged in leather — the textile equivalent of a player — that was paired with mile-long benches upholstered in floral fabric. An enormous donut-shaped crystal chandelier hugged the ceiling for a Las Vegas meets Bavaria effect. (more…)