High Road House, London.

I regularly enjoy reading Remodelista online and recently I learnt of a renovation that took place at High Road House in London. An intimate, accommodation boutique, offering 14 rooms has been refurbished by designers, Alexander Waterworth Interiors

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With a focus on mid-century furniture and a more masculine, moody, interior space, this hotel is such a beautiful spot to relax and unwind after a busy day in the city.

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I am particularly in love with the bar area. So much is going on in this one space below, my eyes are in interior heaven! Texture, layers and variety of finishes make this room so enticing... even just a sneak peak of the room through the hallway - and you're sucked in!

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I love the idea of staying in boutique accommodation while I travel. The small hotels create a sense of comfort and intimacy for me in a place I am not familiar with.  The service is generally more personalised and you form relationships with the staff and guests of the hotel.  I imagine High Road Hotel would be exactly like this.

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If you are loving this look as much as I am, here's a few pieces you can add to your interior to create a similar look at home:

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Where to buy: 1 // Connery chair in Victorian Ash finish, Southwood Home, 2 // Aesa Cushion, Country Road (shown in reverse as well), 3 // Blown Pendant, Great Dane Furniture, 4 // Miller Desk lamp, Fred International, 5 // Delphine Bar, Jonathan Adler (available from Coco Republic), 6 // Reeve Mid-Century Coffee Table, West Elm Australia. 

Are you loving this look too?

SbyD x

All images kindly sourced via Remodelista