A Royal Masterclass in Interiors
With the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle just weeks away,The Kensington, the glamorous boutique hotel just a few minutes from Kensington Palace, has unveiled a programme of 'royal' masterclasses.
‘Furnish Your Palace' is a guide on how to dress a home for a special occasion while 'The Hostess With The Mostess’ gives ideas on creating the perfect dinner party. Looking for calligraphy lessons? Then 'Write Like A Royal’ may be the one for you.
Theclasses have been created and designedby experts in their fields. And, of course, they wouldn't be royal masterclasses without at least a glass of bubbly (or two), sothe hotel’s restaurant, Town House, has thrown in champagne and canapés.
The first offering will be held Monday 16th April. Interiors experts Jane Rockett & Lucy St George (of Rockett St George) and floral stylist Hannah Agnes Antmann of Saint Floralare co-hosting the‘Furnish Your Palace’ masterclass. Here, they'llshare their predictions and latest style trends, as well as guide guests through top tips and help them dress their homes for special occasions.
They'll also talk thorough styling techniques, working with colour palettes and interior decoration, while Saint Floral will show how to curate charmingly wild and experimental arrangements and create the perfect backdrop.
Tickets for‘Furnish Your Palace' are £35 each (+ booking fee) and can be purchased here.
Next in line is the ‘The Hostess with the Mostess’ with Dani Tucker, founder of The Social Kitchen,which will cover everything from crafting the perfect dinner party menu to dressing a table to impress even the Queen.
And finally, Suzie Dicker, founder of bespoke stationary brand A L’Aise, will turn scrawls to stylish inscriptions with the 'Write Like A Royal’ calligraphy session.
Now all we need is a masterclass in finding a handsome prince...
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