GET THE LOOK | COPPA CLUB LONDON

Coppa Club, Tower Bridge

 

Have you found that London is opening so many cool and edgy venues lately, with many featuring the most amazing interior design. All of them having created a unique niche and USP for themselves. Its a very clever concept, as these venues have now become some of the most instagrammable locations in London. You have Sketch known for the amazing pink restaurant, Palm Vaults for their vintage 80’s Miami vibe and Bourne’s & Hollingsworth for their Botanical greenhouse, to only name a few.

So when I was planning to meet up with two of my best interiors insta chums, Chelsea from Oh so Mint: Instagram and Jade from Number Five Interiors: Instagram for some yummy food and cocktails, a trip to Coppa Club was a no brainer. Having recently opened at Tower Bridge, not only did the interiors look insanely beautiful, we also knew it would get our creative juices flowing and give us endless inspiration whilst we talked all things interiors over Brunch.

As I fell in love with the venue so much, (and am already planning my next visit!) I want to show you how you can get the Pinterest worthy look of Coppa Club in your own home.

 

Coppa Club, Tower Bridge

Coppa Club, Berkshire

Coppa Club, Tower Bridge

THE CONCEPT BEHIND COPPA CLUB’S INTERIOR DESIGN

Now, I knew I’d love Coppa Club from the get go because we have something in common, a penchant for all things brass and gold.

Designed by Archer Humphryes Architects, The Coppa Club was built around a central, brass bar that’s open on all sides. The venue has a raised lounge for informal gatherings, a large restaurant with marble herringbone floor and a café with booths and a fireplace.

The interiors are slick and laden with exposed wood panels, industrial lighting, brass and copper accents, and an envious marble herringbone floor runs throughout. Snug booths and a fireplace create a laid-back café-style ambience, but it’s the south-facing terrace that steals the show. Plus have you seen the faux flowers hanging from the veranda? Simply beautiful.

Ben Dawson, a leading designer has also been involved in the Coppa Club through designing, developing and manufacturing seating including bar stools, bar chairs and dining chairs. Working closely with David Archer of Archer Humphryes, Ben provided unique designs for the seating, incorporating the luxurious solid timbers, leathers and rattan.

 

Coppa Club, Tower Bridge

Coppa Club, Oxford Circus

Coppa Club, Tower Bridge

 

COPPA CLUB | GET THE LOOK

Creating the look of Coppa Club does not have to cost you a whole years salary. By introducing accent pieces with furniture you already have in your own home, it will allow you to pull this look together. I have sourced all of the below items from high street and online retailers, at more importantly – affordable price points. Most of these items are £100 or less so go go go!

 

From the top:

Wood & Brass Square Ceiling Light // Brass Shard Square Ceiling Light // Copper Trinket Tray

Brass Manhattan Coasters // Pastel Champagne Glasses // Large Copper Ceiling Light

Large Gold Ceiling Light // Dark Rose Velour Chair // Peacock Blue Vintage Chair

Aqua Velour Chair // Bamboo Gold Side Table // Marble & Brass Bar Tool Stand

Ochre Mustard Gold Tufted Stool // Faux Amaranthus Spray // Marble & Brass Drinks Trolley

 

Argos £129.99 each!!

 

And if you are looking for beautiful accent chairs in the style of Coppa Club, look no further than Argos. Yes, that’s right, I said Argos! I recently attend their AW17 press event and I can tell you now, it contains the most amazing interior products for the upcoming season – if anyone wants to see a blog post on that, please do let me know in the comments below! My favourite piece by far was this gorgeous Alana Fabric Back Chair. The are indeed the same type of chairs you would find from other retailers for around £250+ but these are £129.99! In the most beautiful of hues, Navy, Shell and Mink, these at definitely going to sell out fast!

 

I really enjoy putting these ‘Get the Look’ posts together and would love to know if you like reading them as much as I like creating them. I have loads of venues in mind that would be great inspiration. And if you also have any suggestions of great venues that have inspired you, I would love to hear about them! x

 

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Before you go, I have some exciting news! I have been nominated for Amara Interior Blog Award in the Colour Inspiration category. If you liked this post or have been inspired by any of my content it would mean so much to me if you could take 10 seconds of your time and click the vote button via this link Amara Interior Blog Award – Gold Vibes Only. Being shortlisted and in with a chance of winning could help me and my small space on the internet reach new heights and take part in amazing opportunities that I’ll be able to share with you all through my content. Thank you so much. Annie xx

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2 Comments

  1. August 10, 2017 / 7:30 am

    Lovely post and beautiful mood board, I’ll have check out all these places you mention in my next trip to London! I love the Argos chairs, people are a bit sniffy about Argos but if you look carefully there are some gems!

    • Annie
      August 10, 2017 / 1:18 pm

      Thanks Vicki. I do love creating these mood boards. There are so many beautiful interior design venues opening in London that are well worth the visit. The Argos chairs are fab, aren’t they! And such a great price considering how much they are elsewhere. Their new AW17 collection is amazing xx

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