The Chelsea & Fulham showroom is situated on the New Kings Road in Fulham and is surrounded by many luxury interior and furniture companies as well as beautifully inspired hotels and restaurants. First of all is ‘The Ivy’ – famous globally for its distinctive style which is inspired by both British and French gardens.
Whilst the main indoor seating area is akin to an upmarket Bistro, the orangery brings ‘outside inside’ and offers an eclectic mix of iron wrought chairs paired with leather seat cushions; a fireplace with outdoor plant pots and gardens mirrors against impeccably set tables.
The Leman in our rich brown leather also looks great with the small Hanna side table, you are given the choice of having chrome arms or brushed steel (as shown in image). The Noble chairs will also work well, whether in a bright leather or fabric – they are also extremely comfortable, moulded to the shape of one’s body.
Our Leman lounge chairs, upholstered in either Ember or Tangerine work well to recreate this look, possibly even in a conservatory – a space that is usually supposed to make the best of outdoors and indoors in classic British homes. These two leathers work well with terracotta plant pots, and adding cushions in our Meadow or Eden fabrics further accentuates the colourful outdoor feel. The rich colours surround small Marble tables which as a result, lifts the entire look. If you’re thinking of recreating this look then what could be better than our Hanna marble dining table, or even our smaller Element Coffee tables.
Whilst the Ivy embraces our love of gardens and gardening, 11 Cadogan Gardens is a hotel that is luxurious in a decadent way. Style tips have been taken from the Renaissance and the Georgian era’s, when it was the hobby of the rich to compete through showing off their home during afternoon tea etc. Whilst the grand ceiling and curtains remain, some of the furniture has been traded in for modern, luxurious pieces.
Our Teri or Flex side tables in the grey oak finish as well as the Vessel round dining table would work well in modernising such a grand room.
The dining spaces in this particular hotel also carry the same charm, and the same eclectic style. The Artina dining table would not look at all out of place in the below setting: