Love Bloom and London’s romantic spaces
Love Bloom is all about moments that feel romantic, almost magical. You can find it in fashion, architecture, food, and when you explore London you’ll start to see it everywhere – in its parks, its intimate restaurants and its palaces.
Pretty in pink – soft shades can make the entrance to your home feel fresh.
Love Bloom takes inspiration from English landscape gardens, summer-evening strolls and impromptu picnics.
Adjoining the royal residence of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (Will and Kate to you and me), Kensington Gardens is a suitably romantic spot.
Try afternoon tea at sketch Gallery (left), with its fantastical, high-ceilinged interior of pastel pinks for a contemporary dinner à deux. With garlands of flowers hanging overhead, Clos Maggiore (right) is more traditional – this year, Architectural Digest declared it the world’s most romantic restaurant.
Love Bloom has a certain sweetness to it, one that’s complemented by food. Dainty cakes and desserts are best – here we have Aida Mollenkamp’s Hazelnut mascarpone French toast sandwiches, ideal for sharing with someone special.
Picnic couple from theverygirl.com
Lovely lady from Russ McClintock
Kensington Gardens bridge kensingtonblue.blogspot.co.uk
Pink restaurant from Sketch
Flowery restaurant from Clos Maggiore
Hazelnut mascarpone French toast sandwiches from onefinestay blog