We’d like to show you our new scheme for The Soho Hotel’s ‘Soho Residence’. Here, you’ll find colours that bring warmth and sunshine to your stay! Join us as we explore further…
Step into the residence’s drawing room where we’ve used white and yellow striped walls to create a muted canvas. This paved the way for an opportunity to have fun with textiles, which we achieved through introducing bold, lemongrass yellow curtains – they really bring the sunshine indoors! Vibrant colours of a ‘Graphic’ rug from our Annie Selke collection sing amongst the sofas. Upholstered in a gorgeous fabric by Ellen Merchant called Nomad – Jamboree, each sofa has embroidered details of wild climbing vines with hanging abstract fruits and flowers.
Ochre accents complement the curtains, whilst softer blue tones bring a sense of calm. For an extra layer of cohesion, we’ve included a detailed trim in a matching blue on the curtains.
In the kitchen area, cupboards have been painted in two of our favourite Farrow & Ball paint colours, ‘Sudbury Yellow’ and ‘Red Earth’. These colours remind us of a gypsy caravan and pair well with our textiles. You’ll find our Rockin’ Robin chandelier for Porta Romana above the dining table – this lighting collection brings fun to any scheme.
Our love for craftsmanship is no secret and the talented Tess Newall has painted a dresser and Indian wooden mirrors for the residence. We love the colour palette which has hints of lamp black. The floral motifs remind us of the wonderful Bloomsbury era!
For the bedroom, we’ve adorned the walls with Fermoie’s ‘Wave’ fabric. Featuring a flowing and rhythmic wave pattern, it creates a sense of calm and ease throughout the room. Creating a thread between each space, is the headboard which showcases the same fabric design as used for the drawing room’s sofas.
We’ve used another fabric by Fermoie for the headboard’s border. ‘Wicker’ brings a smaller scale of texture into the space and draws upon the warm ochre hues of the headboard’s feature fabric. We often use a bold coloured wool in our schemes and here, red piping adds a pop of vibrancy, tying both fabrics together.