Friday, 23 September 2016

Showroom Opening Party: The Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour



Aaron, a Savoir Beds team member, greeted guests on the door

This week, we celebrated the opening of our brand new London showroom, at the Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour. Coinciding with the London Design Festival, and Focus/16, we threw a 1920's themed party on Tuesday to open our new space with style!

The new showroom looked its best for the party 
A group of interior designers from Taylor Howes enjoy a rest on the Savoir State bed 
Savoir's chairman, Stephen Winston, chats to Jason Campbell-Mackenzie from Designer Contracts

Among guests were various interior designers, ranging from the ladies from Taylor Howes, to Elena Shanks from DWFI, Russia. We were also pleased to see handmade furniture designer, John Galvin, and Gavin Insley, from bespoke fabric screen printing company, Insley & Nash.

Visitors enjoyed delicious canapes from The Imperial, Chelsea, and sipped on champagne served in vintage-styled coupes.

PJ from Momentum Cardiff, Savoir's MD, Alistair Hughes and our showroom manager, Sarah Reeder 
As you can see, one of our lovely members of staff was dressed on the door in traditional Savoy doorman attire, and was ready to welcome all of our wonderful guests. While showroom staff and serving staff were dressed in twenties-styled flapper accessories!

Elena Shanks from DWFI and Vladimir Tchaly from Archangel Architects

Savoir's MD, Alistair Hughes, with Gavin Insley of Insley & Nash and John Galvin, of John Galvin Design
Thanks to everyone who made it to the party, we very much enjoyed your company and hope to work together from the new showroom very soon! 



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