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las vegas: art and design.

This year’s girls trip brought me and my friend to Las Vegas. I used to visit a lot as a kid (my grandma liked celebrating birthdays here). I never really understood why people liked to come back, but now I realize it’s because you can’t possibly see the whole thing in one weekend. It’s like Disneyland. On this trip I was really fascinated by all the newer casino designs and attention to detail, and all the art! Here’s my Las Vegas Art and Design Lookbook!

Our Hotel (Planet Hollywood)

Even the tub tile was art.


We spent a lot of time in the Cosmopolitan because they had all the food we were interested in consuming. But I’d stay for the chandeliers!

Hotel Lounges

The Cosmopolitan also had this cute Alice in Wonderland themed lounge. We spent two meal times here. My favorite detail: the cat on the ceiling.

Ceilings, Walls, and Floors

Make sure to look up, down, and all over for design inspo.


This is by far my favorite H&M. There was a DJ. It’s basically a dance club (so basically we were day clubbing). Loving the golden disco balls and geometric everything.

Indoor and Street Art

Elvis sighting (but look closely!), the Bellagio’s Lunar New Year display, and so many paintings.

Art You Can Sit On

Channeling Game of Thrones vibes, and oh look, an E.

Las Vegas Architecture and Engineering (of course!)

I mean, just imagine how much planning and work went into each detail. Plus, water dancing set to music!


We experienced the YayoI Kusama exhibit at the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art. It was dreamy…. I want to experience the infinity room again / have an infinity room in my home. You only get 45 seconds in the infinity room. Protip: Take it all in! But if you’re into photo-documenting, wear all black and use a black camera case so it doesn’t show up in photos.

Where are your favorite art scenes? Share below.

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