Experimental Group unveiled their first London hotel this spring, quickly turning a relatively quiet corner in Covent Garden into a hotspot for all types of design lovers, bloggers, and Instagrammers. This London hotel has really caught our eye due to its vintage decor and unique lighting designs that have brought life to this stunning place.
Henrietta Hotel is the name of this dazzling hotel, and it named after the eponymous street, once home to the city’s renowned publishing houses and booksellers.
The hotel comprises 18 rooms, one restaurant and a cocktail bar that is a phenomenal success since the Experimental Group opened their first cocktail bar only seven years ago.
The overall design theme of this space moves from the elaborate contours, profiles, and mouldings of the period buildings in the Covent Garden area that inspired the copious presence of bas-reliefs, capitals and arches, subtly reminiscent of stately London homes from another era.
Inspired in the nostalgic vinyl player and a tribute to all blues, especially to one of the most creative and influential musicians of the 70´s: we present you Hendrix wall lamp. This vintage lamp would fit perfectly in this hotel bedroom, providing the seventies vibe of the space.
The Parisian design firm Chzon was also part of this project. Inside the rooms, plaster ornaments and mirrored surfaces are mixed with Chzon’s signature taste for the 70s combining Pierre Paulin-inspired armchairs with brass lamps and terrazzo-patterned carpets framed by a white-marble skirting.
A seductive palette of reds, blues and greys is used in four different schemes to differentiate the bedrooms. Our favorite part? The pastel pink hue of the bathrooms creates a strong chromatic partition fitting especially well with the dramatic fountain-shaped counter tops and the octagonal black and white tiles of the floors.
On the ground floor, the restaurant and bar has a naturally coloured space of polygonal tables, plush armchairs, terracotta tiles and herbariums.
The highly-anticipated restaurant Henrietta is a partnership with the one-and-only Ollie Dabbous.
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