The Victorian Hotel
This hotel design concept sees an updating of the Victorian style of decoration that retains recognisable links to the original while creating more light and space within the rooms to appeal to the modern day visitor. The gentle theme running through the whole concept is that of the Victorian artist. We focus on three Victorian artists; William Morris, Dante Gabriel Rossetti and Lord Frederic Leighton.
The vision of the Victorian artist at home helped us to create this welcoming, warm and comfortable hotel design with the feeling that this is a personal space. Our artist adds a bohemian touch with lamps made from Chinese pots, peacock feathers on display and kilims draped over small side tables.
The basement in William Morris style called for a simplification of design that paid homage to the craft of medieval furniture makers, displaying gothic elements and the use of stylised leaves and flowers. The Rossetti Suite pays tribute to Dante Gabriel Rossetti and reflects his lush and romantic medieval gothic styling. The Leighton Suite draws inspiration from Lord Frederic Leighton and focuses on the Victorian fascination with the exotica of the Orient and Middle East.
This is a unique and noteworthy hotel design.
© Adrienne Chinn - London