Top 5 Interior Hotspot Locations: London

New brands bring fresh ideas in interior design triggering thoughts on how the modern home can be updated. It can be a matter of saving space or incorporating a unique concept inspired by your favourite restaurant. London has some of the best statement making interior design project worth considering for your home. Below are the top 5 places in London with an unparalleled interior design.

Soho House London

When it comes to interior design, nothing beats Soho House private members clubs. This chain of the club located in various cities across the globe including London is renowned for their unique cosy and luxurious design.

Whenever you are lucky to visit the Soho House in London, chances are you will fall in love with its unparalleled stylish décor. The rise in demand to know how to achieve this unique design synonymous with the Soho Houses saw the launch of Soho Home that is aimed to bring a piece of the Soho House magic into modern homes.

The chain of 17 clubs spread out in different cities with each house boasting of a unique décor with an aim of creating a home from home. The London Soho House, just like the rest, has been able to achieve its mission. It’s relaxed, stylish, and comfortable interiors create an atmosphere that will make anyone want to take the House home.

The Ned Hotel from Soho House

A glimpse inside The Ned hotel in London reveals an ambitious interior design that has every homeowner envious. With 252 bedrooms and nine restaurants, the design is the brainchild of Soho House & Co’s and brings out the moods of the 1920s.

What was once the former banking hall now serves as the main hub of the hotel featuring 7 restaurants including Pen Yen, Cecconi’s City of London, Millie’s Lounge, the Grill Room, and Zobler’s. The bedrooms are categorized in big, large, medium, and small with a design that brings back the hierarchy of the bank in the 1930s. Brass and mahogany furniture, hand-knotted Afghan mats, chandeliers, patterned furnishing, and rain forest showers help to bring out the mood.

Located downstairs is the Ned Club Active featuring a gym, yoga and spinning classes, boxing ring and a studio. The Ned’s Club Relax offering a swimming pool, steam room, sauna, hamam, and Cowshed Spa with 8 treatment rooms are also found downstairs.

This dedicated members club also offers a Vault Room Lounge bar featuring stainless steel deposit boxes and a 2 meters wide door. The Ned’s Club Upstairs features an outdoor pool located on the rooftop, two domes or dining and wine as well as a canopied bar.

The Art Club

Located on the prestigious Dover Street, the Art Club is a perfect blend of elegance and class. The unique architecture is the work of March & White. The interior is the brainchild of Sagrada. Initially, the club was specially designed to be a place where creative individuals to meet and discuss, arts, science, and literature.

The members’ only Arts Club offered great cocktails and great music for those willing to stay late into the night. The design of the club especially the dodgy-looking staircases and other tactics help to keep out the riff-raff. If you get to the club early enough in a small group, you will definitely get in.

Sketch London

This is a members’ only tea house and restaurant in London offering a unique experience to its visitors. The restaurant features four rooms each with a unique décor. At The Gallery, visitors can enjoy dinner in cosy soft pastel pink seats. At the Glade, visitors are treated to an enchanting flowered atmosphere.

The Gallery viewed as an institution for guests who enjoy fine dining and modern arts. The Gallery at the Sketch London is the work of David Shrigley, a renowned British artist and was transformed into the icon it is today in 2014. The refurbishment was done by a Paris based architect and designer India Mahdavi who created an exceptional backdrop for the British artist David Shrigley.


The Disrepute is a renowned members’ only hideaway for luxury seekers as well as late night liaisons. This seductive members’ bar is located in Soho. This architectural masterpiece is the work of Chris Dennis and Joe St Clair-Ford and Barrio family of bars.

Also known as, D.R.P., this drinking den was once The Pinstripe Club, a playground for London’s glamorous coterie. The design is inspired by the hedonistic and iconic past echoing the sixties with a wood-paneled interior. Located between Carnaby Street, the bar is open to members and non-members.