Inspired by Soho House's "comfortable" aesthetic, combining old and new dark wood furniture, upholstered seating, and raw finishes.
Also called the 'Soho Farmhouse' interior, this conjures sophisticated cosiness with an eclectic aesthetic through the use of British country-style combined with urban-industrial chic.
This soft, natural feeling tent interior brings the outside in, and has a green, cream and taupe colour-scheme, with the background being a dusty green print on cream cotton, with rustic hessian incorporating our custom-made foliage fairy lights draped from the apex in the ceiling down the walls, and features a statement Wisteria chandelier in the ceiling.
The Rustic Botanical interior is all about bringing the outside in, providing eclectic and comfortable furnishings, within muted and natural elegance. Pallet furniture works well in this environment, with floral patterned cushions and natural sheepskin furs for texture, along with urban-industrial bar tables and stools, wooden dance floors, and outside the Light Garden makes for a stunning addition outside with an LED tree, festoon lighting and fire bowl.
This nature-inspired interior was the interior Tom Kerridge chose for his double Michelin star flagship restaurant 'The Hand and Flowers' in Marlow, to be the reception and dining area during social distancing times and is a beautiful backdrop for summer parties, 50th birthday celebrations and Corporate events that don't want to feel too Corporate(!).
Tell us about your Event!
We look forward to hearing what you're planning; when you get in touch do let us know:
- the number of guests you're expecting, and whether you need the space to be socially distanced or not
- what tent/ furniture/ service you are interested in,
- the date of your event,
- the delivery location.
From 2020 we have limited our delivery distance to within 100 miles within our West Sussex base, to help reduce carbon emissions.
Ask about our Eco tips for your next event.
You can contact us directly by calling 0800 193 5229 emailing email@example.com or you can use the enquiry form opposite.