The Chamberlain, near Tower Bridge in London, is an exceptional hotel full of history. The refurbishment project has transformed the hotel with exciting additions including an underground cocktail bar, modern lounge and vibrant restaurant. All this being just a small distance from the Tower of London and the capital’s most popular attractions!

Working closely with Designers Kate Sibley and Jeremy Grove from Sibley Grove, together we have redesigned The Chamberlain Hotel to create a more updated yet cosy space. Our bespoke furniture includes sumptuous velvet banquettes and contemporary detailing which sits perfectly with the interior décor which complement the historic setting of the Edwardian hotel.

The stunning vibrant restaurant is where you can find our hand-crafted pieces which sit in perfect harmony within the interior decor. Style Matters provided bespoke pieces to sit inside the restaurant. These sumptuous pieces have been complemented with designer fabrics, atmospheric lighting and stunning interiors providing the perfect location for a drink and relax – all from the comfort of our stylish seating.

The ground floor includes a new fresh and vibrant hotel reception which gives a contemporary twist to the venue whilst the shapes of the chairs and details of the fixed seating ensure that they are timeless pieces. The luxurious yet comfortable range of our furniture creates spaces to relax, catch up on emails or to socialise with friends.

Another exciting addition to the hotel is the new luxurious underground cocktail bar, called ‘The Chambers’ providing an exclusive social and drinking experience, including cosy corners, open spaces and vibrant colours. The Chambers is a great hideaway from the busy streets of London where you can relax on our beautifully hand-crafted 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.

It was key to produce fresh furniture and interior design, which complemented the existing features of the building. Kate and Jeremy stripped back the architecture and adapted the beautiful high walls so that natural light could flood into the room.

Style Matters is committed to British manufacturing, with products made by local craftsmen and skilled upholsterers so it was our pleasure to work alongside Kate and Jeremy from Sibley Grove as they bring together local suppliers with global companies and clients who share their commitment and ambition to design things better.