Wynn Room Renovations Previewed Inside Wynn at Home Store at Wynn Plaza

Wynn fans can now get an in-person look at the decor which will populate the resort’s upcoming hotel room renovation at Wynn Las Vegas.

The Wynn at Home store in Wynn Plaza now boasts furniture, artwork, decorative accessories and other items which will be rolled out in the room renovation slated for 2022.

Word of the store’s recent “transformation” was shared via an internal communication by Todd Lenahan, President and Chief Creative Officer of Wynn Design & Development.

Then again, it’s us, so is any “internal communication” really “internal”?

Wynn at Home shop

Everything you see will be used in Wynn’s upcoming room renovations and is also for sale. Admit it, your house could use a little Wynn.

Those who pop in at the Wynn at Home store can see photos of what the new Wynn rooms and suites will look like, too.

The room overhaul was delayed due to the pandemic.

Wynn renovations 2022

Wynn’s rooms are getting some work done.

The store is more than just a preview of things to come, of course.

Guests can purchase the items on display, and can get things like Wynn robes (comfy AF) and even Wynn’s signature fragrance to tide them over until their next Wynn visit.

Wynn fragrance

Wynn’s signature fragrance is named after our favorite Prince song, Asian Rain.

Lenahan says, “In the store, before the redesign, we presented a lot of the in-room products that are found in our hotel rooms, such as our bedding and some of our bath amenities. With this new design, we’ve introduced a whole new layer of products and elements that tell the story about the renovation for the Wynn Las Vegas tower in 2022.”

Lenahan makes the point all the items in the Wynn at Home store are custom and exclusive to Wynn Las Vegas, the furnishings aren’t available at any other retailer in the world.

Wynn room renovation

Being around Wynn resort stuff just makes you feel fancier.

Lenahan continues, “You’ll see that the rooms have greater layers than we’ve had in the past. They’re rich, they’re textural, they’re every bit as colorful, but in a way that feels more like a fantastic residence than it feels like a hotel room.”

Some of the items on display will be in all the new Wynn rooms, some will be utilized only in villas and suites.

We are not an interior design person, but we pretty much loved everything on display in the Wynn at Home shop.

Todd Lenahan had big Berlutis to fill when he inherited the Wynn design gig from superstar designer Roger Thomas. Thomas, longtime collaborator of disgraced former casino mogul Steve Wynn, retired at the end of 2019.

In our layperson’s humble opinion, Todd Lenahan is kicking ass and taking swatches. Or something.

Wynn room renovation

Dude’s right. It feels more like home than a hotel room. Unless you have a Todd Lenahan, then your home is probably pretty awesome.

It’s worth noting guests can use their Wynn Rewards comp dollars to make purchases at the Wynn at Home store.

There’s a new program in the works called Shop Wynn Rewards. This program allows customers to use their comp dollars to purchase a variety of products. We got a sneak preview of what’s in the works.

Wynn Rewards comp dollars

Comp dollars are like real money only you get them from gambling rather than having a job.

The Wynn at Home store is open 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

When we stopped by, it was very quiet at Wynn Plaza (one of the reasons Wynn Resorts parking is free, at least for the time being).

Wynn Plaza has rearranged some of its art, including swapping out its Smiling King Bear sculpture (the thought was it was blocking the view of the mall from potential customers) with the $3 million Arrows and Flower Neon Sign.

Wynn Plaza art

A sign says, “Pricing upon request,” so this neon beauty is for sale. Keep an eye out for it.

Wynn Plaza has under-performed since it opened (with half the anticipated number of tenants) in 2018, and we suspect the lack of international travelers has caused the situation to worsen in recent months.

Which is a shame, because Wynn Plaza is stunning, opulent and immaculate. While you’re there, we guarantee you’ll see things you never knew existed. You probably can’t afford anything, but that’s hardly the point.

This place is far too awesome to be this empty, so put Wynn Plaza and the Wynn at Home store on your Vegas must-do list.

Here’s more from the Wynn at Home store.

4 thoughts on “Wynn Room Renovations Previewed Inside Wynn at Home Store at Wynn Plaza

  1. JeffinOKC

    This new stuff is wonderful, but, I’m wondering if the retired furnishings will be available to the public? I selfishly like to have some retired furnishings in my Okie palace, rather than finding it at Wendover Phil’s in 2023

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  2. globaldia

    bring back roger thomas? the furnishings, especially the bathroom, look ‘old’ and not fresh and contemporary, imo.

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    1. JJ

      I completely agree! The bathroom looks terrible. And the overall design feels like a huge step in the wrong direction. Definitely not “wynn” quality.

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  3. A. E.

    Ummm, JJ & Globaldia, have you seen or actually stayed-in the old Wynn tower rooms? Grandma tufted headboards, Golden Girls furniture, hospital bathrooms, and shiny foil ruffled bed skirts are what you’ll see well documented on the Wynn tower’s website and all over the internet. The rooms on the Wynn side are not even as good as an airport Doubletree hotel. They are beyond dated and dead. You clearly aren’t aware and aren’t understanding what’s old versus new and how to evaluate “quality”. And Wynn has never wanted to be “contemporary” or trendy. That’s what the other guys in Vegas do and it’s why their places all look like an old W Hotel. BTW, Thomas was one of the senior designers at Wynn, but not the only designer. As a matter of fact, the entire Encore tower and mega villas as well as the spa were all done many years ago by the new guy who is a compadre of Thomas and not new at all. He was tapped by The Steve back in 2003 to do tons of stuff in all his hotels. Vital Vegas has it right, once again, as Lenahan is “kicking ass” at Wynn and always has since he started designing for them in 2003. Vegas is in need of a major reboot and a fast-forward to pull out of the Covid doldrums and Wynn is in the lead, IMO. The new rooms look terrific and are heads & shoulders above the rest, definitely geared towards a sharp traveler and not the MGM and Skeezer’s Palace crowds or Cosmo cashless hipsters.

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