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The Conservatory at Haymarket Hotel

With spring in the air, we are giddy with the blooms popping up around London! A space that echoes a sense of spring all year round is the Conservatory at Haymarket Hotel. Join us as we explore the scheme…

Upon arriving into the Conservatory, a calming and serene oil painting by Paul Winstanley greets you, whilst large windows above flood the room with natural daylight. A leaf sculpture made of fine, copper-wire adds an element of texture and gives emphasis to the botanical references throughout.

The colour green is synonymous with nature and makes it a universal language for vitality and renewal. Here, we have layered shades of green as well as organic forms and natural textures to echo the landscape within. This creates a calming and comforting space. Adorned in Michael Szell’s iconic ‘Carnival’ fabric, the walls are a match made in heaven for our ‘Ozone’ fabric design which we have used for the tub chairs.

A special art piece above the sofa called ‘Pictures at an Exhibition’ creates a sense of intrigue. At a closer look, the viewer dives into the fantastical world of Jack Milroy. Wit is at the core of Milroy’s work and his creations are playful. Beautifully constructed using a variety of materials with his surgical use of the scalpel looking marvellous from each angle.

Also adding playful character as well as a pop of colour are two Joe Tilson artworks.

With its oversized legs, this antique table hosts a trio of sculptural art. Mimicking carved wood, the pieces are surprisingly made from white cement and stone. They stand in front of meticulous pebble artworks by artist Sue Lawty.

We hope you’ve enjoyed exploring this space with its carefully chosen fabrics, colours and art. To take a closer look at Haymarket Hotel’s art collection, join our upcoming art walk evening with Willow Kemp, followed by a creative cocktail making workshop. You’ll rustle up your own cocktail before heading to Brumus restaurant for a delicious two-course dinner. Find out more here.

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