Tuesday, November 23, 2010

A bold rebrand in black + white : Claridge's Hotel, London


The task of designing a complete overhaul for the famed Claridge's Hotel was no doubt quite daunting for London design firm Construct, but after over two years worth of work the results are simply stunning. Crisp black and white stripes and jade accents provide a modern update for this historic hotel, which has been open over 100 years. Bold and eye-catching yet still true to the hotel's classic, timeless style. The coordinating toys, gifts and accessories will no doubt be delighting guests from all generations for many years to come.













{Photos: 1 - Construct London, 2-8 Creative Review discovered via here}

11 comments:

Connie @ SogniESorrisi said...

I'm loving this colour combo. Am I strange or would it be great for a nursery?

christine {bijouandboheme} said...

Adore the first picture- it's magical...off to look at the hotel. xo

Jenna @ Mi Vida Bonita said...

Loving all the black and white. You have such a beautiful blog. Your on my fav blog roll list!
ox

escapade said...

Connie - haha, not at all - I love the idea of using it for a nursery.

Christine - hope you enjoy it, Claridge's in person definitely doesn't disappoint!

Jenna - thank you so much! Yes, there's definitely a lot of black + white around here. Always my go-to combination, it just always works!

Susan Graham said...

Hi, hope all is well with you. Looking forward to you updating your adorable blog soon.

Suite Henry said...

Great design from top to bottom ! Lovely!

elissa @ faucethead said...

beautiful images. that first one is just adorable.

Emma at The Marion House Book said...

Nice - love the stripey umbrella - so English. And how cute is that little girls striped tights!

Splendid Willow said...

They did a great job with the makeover. Elegant with a little bit of an edge.

I am off to take care of that old Turkey!

Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours, beautiful Sharalee!

Love, Mon

Fé... said...

Gorgeous indeed. The colors match perfectly. I especially love the touch of Tiffany Blue in all of the plate :)

rustic furniture said...

Wow...love the collection of photos. The interiors are so inspiring...with the right amount Indian and Western decor to be
appreciated by all.Thanks for sharing the photos

Susan Graham

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