Roll up, roll up, Kettner's Townhouse, favourite of Oscar Wilde, Agatha Christie and Edward VII has had its upper floors tarted up making it the perfect spot for a sexy sleepover in town.
Auguste Kettner, a former chef of Napoleon III, opened his eponymous Soho restaurant in 1867. Allegedly a tunnel of networks to running from the nearby theatres allowed Edward VII's stage actress lover Lillie Langtry to surruptitiously sneak off to meet him here for clandestine assignations.
Read on for tips on how to create these idiosyncratically Soho House vibes in your own home...as well as channel your inner Lillie Langtry.
COLOURED GLASS CHANDELIER
QUEEN ANNE STYLE MIRROR
FRENCH LEATHER CLUB CHAIRS
LILLIE LANGTRY LINGERIE