The Chambers’ providing an exclusive social and drinking experience. It's a great hideaway from the busy streets of London where you can relax on our beautifully handcrafted furniture which brings a warm and welcoming feeling within this elegant space where all can gather and savour all the various moments of the day.
The Red House
Working alongside designer Anna from Keane design Style Matters dramatically transformed The Red House with fresh furniture and interior design, which complement the existing features.
Style Matters have created a bold, modern and stylish Italian haven. The cosy corners, open spaces and bright colours, make this restaurant the perfect place to stop and check out the insta-worthy foliage installation, eye-catching art and colourful ceramics.
Hendricks Gin Palace
Located in Scotland, the Hendrick’s Gin Palace is unlike any distillery you’ve seen before. The bold and bright colours give a contemporary twist to the venue, whilst the shapes of the chairs and details of the fixed seating ensure that they are timeless pieces
Brasserie Blanc, Hale Barns
Beautifully handcrafted fixed seating sits perfectly under the glass roof, with a mixture of chairs marrying traditional styles with a contemporary twist.
The Ivy Chelsea Garden
Located on London’s enduringly desirable King’s Road, The Ivy Chelsea Garden brings the familiar luxury of The Ivy on West Street to a relaxed yet sophisticated all-day dining restaurant in the heart of Chelsea.
School for Scandal
Take a look inside Manchester's new tattoo-inspired restaurant and bar
Carluccio’s in Richmond has recently been newly refurbished, this dramatic change of interiors has been inspired by Antonio Carluccio’s first restaurant and deli, taking influence from Antonio's food heritage and mixing this with today's dining room trends.
The Curtain Hotel & Private Members Club
Style Matters was delighted to be asked to provide a stunning, on trend range of furniture for The Curtain, the much-anticipated East London Hotel and Members’ Club in the heart of the trendy Shoreditch area.
The hotel’s design is inspired by the Art Deco heritage of the building, and set out over seven floors, including the Honey restaurant which will be open to the public on the sixth floor, and a swanky private members bar, Club Brass, on the top floor with stunning views across the city.