The interior of the Rosewood London hotel is rather heterogeneous, it clearly feels the author’s desire to bring his personal perception of space. The combination of dark coffee shades with a variety of contrasting light tones gives the room interiors a definition and elegant rigor. As for the lobby and other common areas, they are designed in the so-called ‘salon; style, which was relevant about a hundred years ago – when a theatrical, literary Bohemia gathered in the apartments of a local celebrity and spent long evenings there enjoying art and communication. Here we have fireplaces, bright upholstery colors, massive accessories (eccentric chandeliers, plenty of mirrors, bright exclusive details). Each element becomes an independent participant in the design, the visitor’s attention is scattered and the room itself comes to life. Each corner has its own atmosphere, where you can hide and comprehend the depths of beauty.