The Sloane Stanley Estate has announced the grand-opening of the newly refurbished Bluebird Chelsea restaurant and bar.
The £2m refurbished interior, designed by Sagrada, features menus devised by newly appointed Executive Head Chef, Liam Smith-Laing. In addition, the available covers in this venue has increased to 248.
To celebrate the building’s engineering heritage as the first garage of the Bluebird Motor Company in 1923, the atrium’s original steel frame has been refreshed with bold red accenting.
The re-design also features a centrally illuminated, curved marble-topped bar. Timber screens with layered motifs have also been used, and the entire scheme features custom made furniture and a diverse mix of fabrics from British textile designer Celia Birtwell.
“We are delighted to unveil the beautifully refurbished Bluebird Chelsea restaurant and bar,” says Hannah Grievson, commercial property manager at Sloane Stanley.
“The re-design pays homage to the heritage of the building and the King’s Road area. Bluebird is a firm favorite among locals, shoppers and food connoisseurs alike, and the newly refurbished iconic London landmark adds to the King’s Road status as a premier dining and retail destination in the capital.”
The news follows a very successful year for the Sloane Stanley Estate, having been chosen as the exclusive location to launch the Royal Selangor Star Wars Collection, and with a series of brands recently joining the retail line up including: Ella Jade Interiors, French Interior design specialists Silvera, Danish womenswear brand Noa Noa and French boulangerie Orée.