Bulgari Hotel, London – Design By Squire and Partners

“Squire and Partners was appointed as London architects for the 5* Bulgari Hotel in Knightsbridge, which opened in 2012, working alongside concept and design architects Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel and Partners. The project represents the UK flagship hotel for Bulgari and has set new standards for luxury amongst London…

Squire and Partners was appointed as London architects for the 5* Bulgari Hotel in Knightsbridge, which opened in 2012, working alongside concept and design architects Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel and Partners. The project represents the UK flagship hotel for Bulgari and has set new standards for luxury amongst London hotel development.

The Siren Hotel, Detroit – Design by ASH NYC

“ASH Hotels is developing The Siren Hotel, an early 20th century Renaissance Revival building in downtown Detroit, which once housed the famous Wurlitzer Company. The planned redevelopment, with an estimated project cost of $21 million, will require a comprehensive historic restoration and breathe new life into what is currently a…

ASH Hotels is developing The Siren Hotel, an early 20th century Renaissance Revival building in downtown Detroit, which once housed the famous Wurlitzer Company.

Compartes Flagship Restaurant Design By Kelly Wearstler

Restaurant design inspired by the chocolate shops of the early 20th century and seen through a California lens, the compartés store design embodies the art of chocolate making. every element in the petite 430 sq-ft space is customized and made locally in Los Angeles. the materials are rooted in tradition:…

Kelly Wearstler and her Restaurant design inspired by the chocolate shops of the early 20th century and seen through a California lens.

Omar’s Place – Restaurant Design By Stella Concept

“Stella Concept transformed the ground floor and basement of a Grade II-listed Victorian corner block in London’s Pimlico neighbourhood into Omar’s Place, a modern Mediterranean restaurant design, in collaboration with architecture consultancy; Wilson Holloway. The result is a backdrop of cool terracotta walls, scalloped timber slats and earthy rusty hued…

The result is a backdrop of cool terracotta walls, scalloped timber slats and earthy rusty hued banquettes

Colour Of The Week – Dix Blue By Farrow & Ball

Image Source This vintage blue takes its name from one of the first Farrow & Ball stockists based in East Anglia. Like many of our blues, Dix Blue has a large dose of green included in it, making it both warm and easy to live with. A touch of black…

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Farrow&Ball Incarnadine
Farrow&Ball French Gray
Blissful Blue – Dulux Flat Matt Paint Colours 2.5L
Farrow&Ball Dead Salmon
Farrow & Ball – Dix Blue
Farrow & Ball – Charlotte’s Locks
Farrow & Ball – Breakfast Room Green
Farrow & Ball Brinjal
Farrow & Ball Railings
Farrow & Ball Strong White
Farrow&Ball Charleston Gray
Farrow&Ball Cinder Rose
Farrow & Ball St Giles Blue
Farrow&Ball Elephant’s Breath
Farrow&Ball Dove Tale
Birds of Paradise Wallpaper
Farrow & Ball Black Blue
Farrow & Ball Brassica
Farrow & Ball Green Blue
Farrow & Ball Stiffkey Blue
Farrow & Ball Pigeon
Farrow & Ball – Green Smoke

Craft London – Restaurant Design By Tom Dixon

“Craft London focuses on quality in production, collaborating with modern experts, fanatics and obsessives, to create world class products through the roasting of coffee, smoking of fish, bee keeping, meat curing, fermentation of vegetables and the creation of a contemporary kitchen garden within the new green oasis coming to the…

Chic Restaurant Styles That Will Be Popular In 2018

If you are a devourer of interior design content and magazines like me you will know that the interior design of a restaurant is one of its most essential features. In fact, although people go for the food, they tend to stay for the atmosphere that a place creates, meaning…

If you are a devourer of interior design content and magazines like me you will know that the interior design of a restaurant is one of its most essential features. In fact, although people go for the food, they tend to stay for the atmosphere that a place creates, meaning that the design is something that needs to be spot on. With that in mind,  why not check out the rundown of the chicest new styles we will see more of in 2018, below. Who knows, maybe it will inspire your next business venture or even a home refit with a little more edge?