Raoul's Hammersmith is striking in it's design, use of colour & art decoesque styling. I love the bold use of graphic elements punctuating the deli & adjacent restaurant. It has the same golden hues as the Notting Hill restaurant.
The features most notable are the Herringbone marble floors, black-mirrored walls juxtaposed with natural oak and marble surfaces. The counters are clad in bespoke woven Lloyd Loom panels, and the room is lit by quirky gold pendants. Next door in the restaurant features a hand painted signature Harlequin graphic together with black mirror. The Harlequin design reminds me of the wallpaper I recently posted by Minakani - love the colours. The restaurant is designed by Project Orange.