Can we discuss how lovely the Bloomsbury Hotel is. Even though right now minimalist and modern interiors are having a moment, it is very refreshing to see quite the opposite in this hotel. It is located in the historic Bloomsbury neighborhood, in London. While it may not look like much from the outside, the interior clearly celebrates its classic heritage. A walk inside will instantly transport you to the 1920s jazz era. Designed by famed architect and designer, Martin Brudnizki, every inch embraces not only the neighborhood but the beauty of the original Edwin Lutyens building, in which the hotel is located in.
The rooms are outfitted with bold oxblood leather headboards, lined with floral upholstery. Velvet Mid-Century modern accent chairs, fringe chandeliers, and gold accents further the modern-Deco aesthetic. Even though many of the rooms have a slight muted color palette, they are each rich with texture , warmth, and luxury. But the most impressive space within the Bloomsbury would have the be the Coral Room. Floor-to-ceiling coral colored walls with a lacquer gloss finish, gold hues at the bar, glass chandeliers, and stunning artwork from Edward Hall, will definitely leave you mesmerized. I would love to visit London just to experience this interior.