These Are London’s Most Dazzling Bathrooms

These lovely London loos are the capital's selfie-snapping hot spots. Home decorators, take note.

Looking for some powder room or downstairs loo inspiration? These striking loos in London were practically made for the ‘gram and are the most papped bathroom interiors in the capital.

1. Annabel’s

Let’s start with the obvious one. You must have by now seen the famously powder pink loos of Annabel’s, with their pink onyx sinks, gilded swan taps and frothy floral rug of fabric peonies covering the ceiling.

The space has been ‘grammed so much that members of the glamorous club have received a disciplinary note from Annabel’s Membership Director after many of the private members club guests have posted selfies of themselves that break the Club’s strict dress code.

Now the private members’ club has unveiled a second loo space to contend with the pink powder room.

The new toilets take leafy inspiration from rainforests and jungles, and are aptly named ‘Loos In The Mews’, featuring elaborate mosaic tiled walls and ceilings.

The tiny tiles are arranged to show scenes with lillies and hummingbirds, palms and parrots.

Pretty bird-shaped taps sit above the classic pink onyx bowls, while a large crocodile-shaped sink makes an eye-catching display.

Tour The Rest Of The Private Members Club Inside The New Annabel’s After Its Lavish Redesign

Annabel’s is located at 46 Berkeley Square, Mayfair, London W1J 5AT.

2. Sketch

One of the most Instagrammed spots in the capital, the loos as Sketch are practically begging to be snapped, with the rainbow lighting, curved mirrors and those iconic futuristic egg pods.

Visit Sketch at 9 Conduit Street, Mayfair, W1S 2XG.

See The New Interiors at Sketch Insta-worthy artwork transforms Sketch

3. The Ritz

The Ritz on Piccadilly is famous around the world for being one of London’s longest-serving and most established luxury hotels, but the bathrooms are a well-kept secret.

A mythological fresco adorns the walls, with lily pads and nymphs dipping into a lagoon, while ornate furniture help to create a traditional powder room vibe.

4. Nopi

The Soho establishment is Ottolenghi’s flagship site, and for the most part the interiors are minimalist and pared-back, with plain white tiling and pendant lights. But step into the bathroom and you’ll find yourself in a hall of mirrors.

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21-22 Warwick Street, W1B 5NE

5. Omar’s Place

The bathroom décor at Omar’s Place was inspired by the Mediterranean, and features  splashes of emerald green and warm terracotta, teamed with luxe gold accents and sleek curved mirrors.

13 Cambridge Street, Pimlico, SW1V 4PR; OmarsPlace.co.uk

6. Restaurant Ours

Restaurant Ours in knightsbridge might have style, but its bathrooms steal the show with bubblegum pink tiled walls, gilded sinks and palm print ceilings.

See more ceiling inspiration Statement Ceilings

7. The Ned

The Ned’s toilet is a vintage masterpiece. The powder room on the lower ground floor has a distinguished, heritage feel with black-and-white marble checkered floors, and the star of the show; a three-person velvet-upholstered kissing seat taking centre stage.

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