Interior Designer: Krieit
Interior Designer: Krieit
If you are ever hiking or passing by Richmond Park, Petersham Nurseries is a must stop by location. Parking in the area isn’t great, I recommend you should approach on foot or by bike. The Petersham Nurseries has a beautifully set restaurant (booking in advance is recommended) as well as a teahouse located at the back of the garden. The teahouse is good for tea, cake, and light lunches, all the good stuff is all gone by 4 pm! Should you wish to dine and enjoy the beautiful and relaxing setting in amongst plants and antiques but don’t have a booking, they have indoor glass greenhouse sitting area with rickety chairs as well as outdoor mismatched wooden dining tables.
Beautiful glass greenhouse and dining areas aren’t the only things that attracted me to visiting Petersham Nurseries. Since I have an obsession with antique and plant stores, they have an open space shops where you can purchase plants, furniture, homeware, dressing, stoneware etc. We had a quick snoop around but found the furniture and homeware were extremely overpriced.
Previously design as offices for lawyers and small businesses in 1883, this beautifully detailed building has now been transformed into one of the most stunning, must visit spaces to exist. The building was transformed by Gerner Kronick + Valcarcel, Architects, and Martin Brudnizki Design Studio. The Beekman hotel is designed so guest can glimpse all the fun without having to walk through the spaces.
I cannot wait until I get a glimpse of my own.
Excellent high class hotel with beautiful interior by by Spanish interior designer Lázaro Rosa-Violán (http://www.lazarorosaviolan.com/).
The hotel incorporated inviting art display and colour throughout the hotel, from the historical paintings on ceramic walls behind restaurant lounge, black and white framed photographs displayed throughout the hallway (in some area used as a floor to ceiling feature wall) and stunning large scale sculptures that greet you as soon as you step through the entrance door.
I was overall pleased with my experience and the excellent service I have received.
London Rosewood Hotel – Afternoon tea
Location: High Holborn
Interior Designers: Tony Chi
Photographer: Anson Smart
Alex Hotel responds to the overarching concept of the ‘Hotel as Home’. Together with the client, four key concepts were established for the interior design; ‘the personal’, ‘the escape’, ‘the craft’ and ‘the legacy’, to nurture a sense of intimacy, connectedness and domesticity . The interior design, furnishing and styling imagines the richness, the personality, a sense of frivolity and the layering of a story. – See more at: http://arentpyke.com/project/alex-hotel/#sthash.7DxxrWJV.dpuf