House 21’s Colourful Past Reinvented…

One of London’s most exclusive private members clubs, Home House, which stretches across three magnificent Georgian town houses – 19, 20 and 21 on Portman Square, has completely transformed the interior of its most playful space, House 21.

Created back in 1773 by the notorious Countess of Home, House 21 was renowned for its sophisticated setting and as a place for all day, all night pleasure and entertainment. Under the curation of lauded designer, Russell Sage Studios, the interiors have been dramatically reinvented to honour its historical and colourful past.

The designs of all rooms – Late Night Dining at House 21, The House Bar, House Lounge, Vestibule, Octagon Room and Gloucester Lounge – embody the Club’s rich and lively history and pays homage to the Countess of Home’s personal playground.

House 21 will open its doors next month. To find out more about its lavishly designed lounges and rooms, its intimate dining area and exquisite menu, and to enquire about memberships, please email Danielle Rahme or call her on: 020 7670 2083.

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