An indistinguishable name in interior design and giants in their own field, Dimore Studio enchants interiors with their touch of artistic, mid-century, and stylish interior sensibility. Melding the boundaries of art, fashion, design, architecture, and history, Dimore’s vision is one to admire
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One of the works by Dimore Studio that caught our eyes and minds is the brilliant interior design of Leo’s, a supper club and Night Club hidden away on the lower floor of The Arts Club London. Mind you, it isn’t just your typical club, besides sporting an impressive historical background, – The Arts Club itself was, after all, founded by one of England’s most celebrated and world-famous artists, a little-known Sir by the name of Charles Dickens (you might have heard of him) – the top floor of the building also houses one of Mayfair’s most central and prestigious boutique Hotels, and it is just up the stairs!
Leo’s halls are besmeared from wall to door with a sense of artistic finesse and mid-century, which invariably transposes whoever dares inside right in the middle of 50s and 60s, and if one’s eyes are trained, one might just catch glimpses of modernity, that turn of the century infectious vigor and style of the early 20s.
Everything from the counter, the stage, to the booths, is bound to relax you nigh instantly, Leo’s Club just has this most pleasant and alluring quality to its composition. It is truly a testament to the monumental yet sober, design philosophy of Dimore Studio.
Members of this exclusive club can enjoy it from Thursdays to Saturdays, with dinner beginning at 7:30 PM, and a delicious offering of live music carefully chosen to fit the mood. However, don’t think for a slight second that the show’s well and over rather early; there’s plenty of time to indulge in the intoxicating interiors and overall design of Leo’s – Arts Club London, but as always, time won’t seem enough to feast on this amber banquet for the eyes.