Words by Jessica Peace
Yes, we’re still bangin’ on about pelargoniums... but before our final destination - The Chelsea Flower Show (!!!), we are stopping off and dropping off a few geraniums at The Town Hall Hotel.
It’s not our first time at the The Town Hall Hotel, we attacked it with flowers last year during our installation ‘Jungle is Massive’ and we are no less thrilled about our pre-Chelsea do. We’ll be here in the Corner Room for a bash tonight and leaving the installation for you guys there until the 27th May.
You can have a gander at the Garden Room in the day with a cuppa or an early wine o’clock; an evening boozy one or treat yourself to a special Garden Room brunch put on by The Town Hall Hotel on the weekends.
HOW DOES YOUR GARDEN ROOM GROW?
Our Nik and Jack have carted back a f’k load of geraniums from The Gardening Club and trawled Crews Hill Vintage Emporium to make a grand old floral mash-up; vintage gardening stuff galore, pots, buckets, pelargoniums and geraniums piled up high, dried flowers tied and hung, and lemon trees and discarded seed packets all set against amongst the delicate interior of the hotel’s Corner Room.
We’ve tossed some other spring headliners into the mix, bringing the outside further in with miniature citrus trees, stacks of sweet william, bleeding hearts, climbers and crawlers all mixed up with our fave house plants.
One for those that like their plants against a nice bit of architecture, The Town Hall Hotel was originally built in 1910 and blends its mix of light, modern moments amongst its unavoidable Edwardian, Art-Deco interiors. Think your Nana's garden, shoved in a VERY sexy building.
So, come and enjoy our Garden Room - we’ve done it for you to sit in and sip in and steal our our ideas for your own gaffs whilst we sweat it out at Chelsea.
GET ME THERE
Town Hall Hotel
A stone’s throw from Bethnal Green and Cambridge Heath Stations
WHAT CAN I HAVE?
Special weekend brunches are around 50 quid (Book your brunch)
OR, you can go just and sit in our Garden Room for a sip and a natter.