The Glade Restaurant in London Resembles a Whimsical Forest
The Glade, a London restaurant, has just reopened after a renovation to make the intimate 32-seat space appear like a picnic in Wonderland. An existing decoupage mural by artists Carolyn Quartermaine and Didier Mahieu remains, but she returned to paint armchairs and settees in dreamy blues and purples, the same colors as the new silk velvet upholstery. Then, Alexandra Kehayoglou, a sculptor who also designs rugs that mimic pastoral landscapes, added a “forest floor” in mossy tufted wool.
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