Czech Guesthouse by ORA Fuses Historic Architecture With Contemporary Touches

Custom beds in the Štajnhaus guesthouse are ash wood. Photography by BoysPlayNice.

Plaster on the ceiling of a guest room was restored. Photography by BoysPlayNice.

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Osmont: Ceiling Fixture.

Reclaimed beams top the custom table in the tasting room. Photography by BoysPlayNice.

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Ikea: Chairs.

At the entry, fluorescent linear fixtures compose a Star of David chandelier. Photography by BoysPlayNice.

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Orient Decor: Tile.

Wever & Ducré: Linear Fixtures.

New ash woodwork complements the attic guest room’s exposed spruce framing. Photography by BoysPlayNice.

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Nordlux: Sconces.

Orient Decor: Tile.

Floor tile in the kitchen is cement. Photography by BoysPlayNice.

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Orient Decor: Tile.

Through Bachman Lighting: Pendant Fixture.

Kludi: Sink Fittings.

Each guest room and suite is named after the color of its glazed spruce flooring. Photography by BoysPlayNice.

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Nordlux: Sconces.

This ceramic-tiled bathroom belongs to a suite. Photography by BoysPlayNice.

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Osmont: Sconce.

Laufen: Sink.

Polysan: Tub.

UBC: Sink Fittings, Tub Fittings.

Keraservis Group: Tile.

A guest room’s window captures a view of the town’s reconstructed 13th-century castle. Photography by BoysPlayNice.

A suite’s bed is iron. Photography by BoysPlayNice.

It also frames the window of another suite’s bathroom. Photography by BoysPlayNice.

The wine cellar dates to the 16th century. Photography by BoysPlayNice.

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