The dining room for the rich but not necessarily famous, blends traditional British styling with unique Bentley accents. It is the work of Caulder Moore, which also designed the Bentley Living Room at the company’s headquarters in Crewe, in 2010, and can seat 14 people with standing room for 28.
Highlights include the decorated walls with pictures of old and new Bentleys, a centrepiece table finished in Bentley burr oak, burr walnut, and stained burr walnut veneers, surrounded by classic green leather dining chairs, handcrafted along the original designs for a 1926 Bentley.
Other accents inspired by Bentley include a new wall unit that employs dark stained burr walnut veneer with Mulsanne handles for drawers and Bentley leather lined shelves, and a door panel is finished in Burnt Oak Bentley hide with shortbread stitching, with Bentley logo embroidery.
Mark Mosimann, Managing Director, Mosimann’s, comments: “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 organisations is based on achieving perfection in all the finest details."
“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,” Mosimann added.