Afternoon Tea with style: the London EDITION Teapot

The London EDITION has all the hallmarks of the EDITION brand: lasting comfort, extraordinary style and an exceptional level of service in a uniquely individual environment. Located in central London’s Fitzrovia, The London EDITION brings together, in a delicate balancing act, the integrity and character of a historic building with a simple, sophisticated design sensibility, creating a seamless blend of charisma and ease. With 173 rooms, a signature restaurant by Michelin-starred chef Jason Atherton, two bars, meeting rooms and a buzzing lobby, the hotel offers a dynamic social hub where guests and visitors can work, relax, socialize and dine all under one roof.

Berners Tavern in The London EDITION
Berners Tavern in The London EDITION

Using the building’s elegant, landmarked architecture as a backdrop, Ian Schrager and the Ian Schrager Company design team, in conjunction with interior designers Yabu Pushelberg, have layered modern components throughout the public spaces, bringing straightforward chic to an environment enhanced by unexpected elements and a meticulous attention to detail. Through the hotel’s original doors, guests enter a simple, glass-walled vestibule leading to the lobby where you are greeted by an oversized custom Ingo Mauer polished silver sphere light.

The hotel’s dining and entertainment is led in partnership by Michelin-starred Chef, Jason Atherton. Signature restaurant, Berners Tavern, offers a new kind of gathering place for locals and travelers alike with a contemporary British menu that is simple yet elegant. Specifically, Afternoon Tea, which can be described as an elevated execution of quintessential British high tea.

Now you can enjoy this tradition wherever you go with The London EDITION teapot.  Handcrafted with white bone china glaze, the teapot features a bespoke pattern inspired by the plasterwork of the 18-foot hotel lobby ceiling. The sleek design and subtle pop of color will bring a sophisticated and classic aesthetic into your home and, perhaps, inspire your own afternoon tea tradition.

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