British luxury at its finest.
Inside of one of the most exclusive private dining clubs in London is a room that emerges members in the rich history of Bentley. The new Bentley Room at Mosimann’s has been updated and designed by Caulder Moore and showcases the tradition of the British marquee with a contemporary flair.
The new Bentley Room immerses patrons in a wealth of British style with stunning Bentley accents. After designing the Bentley Living Room at the marquee’s headquarters in Crewe, England, Moore was given the task of updating the dining room at Mosimann’s.
“We are delighted that Bentley will have a new room at Mosimann’s; it is a relationship that has been established over nearly a decade and the synergy between the two Royal Warrant Holding organizations is based on achieving perfection in all the finest details,” said Mark Mosimann, Managing Director at Mosimann’s. “Bentley is at the heart of Mosimann’s and the room reflects what members enjoy about their private dining club in Belgravia. It is warm, cosseted and positively oozes with charm.”
The updated Bentley Room can seat 14 and offers standing room for 28. The room uses a neutral color scheme with racing green and purple silk accents, and is decorated with pictures of historic racing successes, heritage imagery, and original artwork from the Crewe styling team.
The highlights of the Bentley room include a new table and wall unit built and designed by Matthew Collins Furniture. The table features Bentley burr oak, burr walnut, and stained burr walnut veneers with picture framing marquetry with the same design as those used in the Bentley Mulsanne. Above the table is a Pendant light with sketches of historic and current Bentley models. The new wall unit features dark stained burr walnut veneer, Bentley Mulsanne handles on each drawer, and shelves lined in shortbread hide Bentley leather to mimic luxuries used in the flagship sedan.
At one end of the Bentley Room sits a mirror trimmed in Burt Oak Bentley leather hide with shortbread stitching. Guests enter and exit the room through a door wearing the same Burnt Oak Bentley leather and shortbread stitching with an embroidered Bentley logo. The door handle has been designed after the knobs and switches in the Mulsanne and uses a unique Bentley knurling detail texture.
The Bentley Dining Room is one of seven private dining rooms inside Mosimann. Only a select few are able to enjoy the luxury of the room and finest dining in London.
Bentley Room at Mosiman’s Gallery
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