ZF Interiors has designed interiors for Ottoman-influenced restaurant Chintamani, which opens later this month on London’s Jermyn Street. Billed as ‘sumptuous’, interiors feature rich colours, low tables, Ottoman sofas and felted ‘Bedouin’ tented ceilings. Walls are rough finished and inset with glass discs to reflect colours around the room and suspended glass beads, ornate ironwork and handcrafted screens complete the look. Bathrooms feature traditional Turkish marble sinks. ZF Interiors managing director Zeynep Fadillioglu says the ‘lounge style’ dÃ©cor ‘allows guests to feel as relaxed as they would do in their own homes’.
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