OMMA Santorini, Greece
OMMA Santorini is a luxury boutique hotel in Imerovigli with a true sense of discrete luxury. Renowned Greek architect Dimitris Agiostratitis of 1Architects, and interior designer Afroditi Bonatsou of Stones & Walls are behind the design of this chic island oasis. The hotel embraces the concept of contemporary minimalism, fusing fluid forms, layers of white, black oak and marble with raw materials to mirror the natural landscape of the island which is predominantly made up of lava and ash.
180 The Strand, London
180 The Strand is Soho House Group's latest London opening, set within an iconic Brutalist building just a stone’s throw from Somerset House. The 1970s-style interiors feature uber tactile furnishings such as shag-pile rugs contrasted with luxe polished mirror tabletops and also drawing on mid-century inspired design, plenty of bold geometric patterns.
Ashford Castle, Ireland
This 800-year-old castle is the former home of the Guinness family. The Medieval castle interiors are heritage-heavy with a more is more approach. Rich red and deep green tones, sumptuous fabrics, period furnishings, ornate decoration and antique artworks are all in abundance at the luxury hotel.
Lime Wood Hotel, New Forest
Set amongst the woodlands of the New Forest, Lime Wood Hotel’s interiors are playful and comforting. Floral wallpaper, open fires and wood-burning stoves lend the hotel a traditional country-cottage feel. The impressive art collection includes works by Tracey Emin and Jean Cocteau.
The Standard, London
The interior design scheme for this urban hotel in London’s Kings Cross has garnered plenty of attention. Within its brutalist exterior, The Standard is bright, bold and colourful. Designed by Shawn Hausman, there is heavy use of primary colours alongside curved door frames and clashing tiles feel both contemporary and retro.
The Mandrake, London
Opulence, hedonism and sensuality are the main themes at this West End luxury boutique hotel. Sumptuous fabrics and ultra-luxe surfaces were generously incorporated into the interior design scheme, including an all-white penthouse suite that’s entirely encased in white Veronese marble, complete with a marble sofa.
Heckfield Place, Hampshire
This grand Georgian retreat set on a 430-acre Hampshire estate is joyously bright and contemporary while maintaining the traditional heart of an 18th-century manor house. The interiors, by British designer Ben Thompson, are quintessentially British with plenty of antique and rustic pieces and a rich colour palette of ochre and dark brown.
The Prince Akatoki, London
Tucked away on a quiet Marylebone street, The Prince Akatoki is an understated hideaway where East meets West. Aspects of mindfulness and tranquillity that are synonymous with Japanese culture are communicated through featherlight interiors incorporating low beds, timber furniture and traditional fusuma panels.