Harrods Georgian Restaurant Centennial Refurbishment by Christopher Guy

The Georgian Restaurant in Harrods of London recently underwent a stylish renovation by Christopher Guy Harrison, head of the furnishings firm Christopher Guy. Harrison restored the eatery’s sense of occasion with pieces from the Mademoiselle collection, Christopher Guy’s personal design interpretation of how Coco Chanel might have chosen to furnish her home in today’s world. Chanel herself visited Harrods often.

After 20 years, the fourth-floor eatery, a beloved institution in London, needed a freshening. The dining room’s preserved 1920s brass chandeliers and a new Art Deco-inspired carpet provided the foundation for Christopher Guy’s fabulous furnishings. Luxurious seating, plush velvet banquettes, curving gilded framed armchairs infuse the space with distinctive prewar elegance.

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Photography by Robert Sanderson