CLIENT: ROSENDALE DESIGN, FOR THE STAFFORD HOTEL
Nestled between some of the capital’s most historic landmarks, The Stafford London is possibly the oldest hotel between Buckingham Palace and Trafalgar Square. The hotel started life in the 17th Century as private residences. One of these was owned by Lord Lyttelton and Lady Lyttleton, who was nanny and lady-in-waiting to Queen Victoria and her children.
Today it boasts 107 individually-designed rooms and is renowned for its intimate atmosphere and essential Britishness. As one the most exclusive boutique hotels in London, the quality and style of the refurbishment was naturally of the utmost importance.
The designers at Rosendale Design specified Perrin & Rowe brassware for its combination of style, quality and British design and manufacture. Inspired by the Art Deco movement, Rosendale specified our Deco fittings in a glamorous Nickel finish. Set against luxurious marble walls and contrasting countertops, with dark wood borders and detailing, they epitomise the romance of the period.
The 6th floor of The Stafford’s refurbishment is now complete, with the next phase in development.
Images used with kind permission of The Stafford London.