Here at Martha Brook, it’s certainly no secret that we have a thing for all things pink! If you’ve been here on our blog before, you’ll know about Martha’s pink door transformation and if you follow us on social media, you’ll see we’re pretty much experts in our favourite hue. With London being our hometown, we love nothing more than exploring this incredible city and finding all the best pink places. To celebrate the bank holiday weekend, we thought we’d round up the less obvious pink places in London you might not know about and tell you just and how you can find them.
1. Dyce London
Eye-catching and trendy, you cannot miss Dyce in Marylebone if you’re after a sweet treat! A new find for us and based down the upbeat James Street, take a wander and marvel at all the quirky shops and restaurants and colourful facades. We can guarantee you won’t be able to miss Dyce, one of the pinkest of all the pink places in London! Serving up ice cream, crepes or a shake, you’ll not only get your sugar fix but your pink fix too, with pink walls floor to ceiling. Think pink pods, a melting ice cream floor and pastel colours all round… heaven!
2. Ennismore Garden Mews
Tucked away in the heart of Knightsbridge and only a short distance from Hyde Park is this little gem of a mews. Charming, romantic and quintessentially London, this cobbled back-street is home to a rainbow of colourful houses, making this one of the most Instagrammable places in South West London. Connecting to other mews as well, Ennismore Garden Mews features the most perfect pink house – we can only dream!
3. How Matcha
If we could describe How Matcha in three words it would have to be…pink pastel palace! From the walls to the cups, to the cutlery, everything here is a gorgeous shade of our favourite brand colour and it gets better…they specialise in one of our favourite anti-oxidants – Matcha! New to Marylebone, head down for a stroll through Blandford Street and find How Matcha for a little lunch time jaunt and be the first to discover the newest of these pink places in London.
If you’re a sucker for pink sofas, you’ll love No. 197 Chiswick Fire Station. With its cool and contemporary design and the most lust-worthy velvet seating and large cacti, this under-the-radar restaurant makes the perfect brunch spot. What’s more, this lively all-day hangout takes bookings from sunrise to sunset, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. So, no matter if you’re after an evening with the girls or perhaps a coffee with a little one in tow, this restaurant really is wonderful for all occasions.
Pop over to The 02 and visit the Selfie Factory, the UK’s first Instagram Inspired Funhouse. Quirky and interactive, you can snap away and get plenty of selfies for your own Insta in front a variety of funky set-ups, including a pink underground tube! We KNOW! With a changing room on-site, you can make a day of it and change up your looks too. Planning to visit the Selfie Factory or their NEW Tikky Town? Make sure you book a slot in advance.
6. Pottery Lane
Whenever we’re out and about in London, we love spotting the pinkest houses and this has to be one of our favourites! Featured on our own Instagram, we’re often asked where people can find that pink round house themselves and if you’re one of them, it’s your lucky day! Head on over to Pottery Lane in Holland Park – the edge of Notting Hill. With pretty parks and perfect streets, it makes a wonderful jaunt whilst in London, no matter the weather.
Arguably the coolest restaurant in Selfridges, the Brasserie of Light boasts beautiful interiors and artwork, including pieces by Damien Hirst and is worth the visit just for their toilets alone. We’re not kidding! From the pink sinks to the pink toilet bowls, this one-of-a-kind restroom features art-deco style mirrors all around so you’re completely immersed in pinkness! Did someone say mirror-selfie?!
Perhaps you’re looking for a little pamper afternoon? Head over to Sugaring London, innovators in hair removal whose interiors are a pink dream. Based in the heart of Notting Hill, Sugaring is a vegan sugaring treatment and features plenty of photos of their pink cactus wall and their clients over on their Instagram… Book us in!
9. Jameson Street
We couldn’t not mention this dreamy house on Jameson Street, very close to Notting Hill Gate station. Bright and beautiful, this street is tucked away and known for its’ colourful character. When visiting Notting Hill, grab a coffee from a local café and take a wander down this wonderful street, taking in the happy colours that are sure to brighten any day!
And last, but most certainly not least, The Wallace Restaurant at The Wallace Collection in Marylebone. Flooded with natural light, trees and sculptures, The Wallace Restaurant exudes elegance and features stunning pastel pink walls, all in keeping with this French-style brasserie. Enjoy an afternoon tea or a spot of lunch after you’ve visited The Wallace Collection, which is free to view but you must book in advance. Book your tickets here.
Will you be heading out this weekend to seek out some of these pretty pink places in London? Let us know which you come across and don’t forget to tag us too! Drop us a comment with another pink place in London you think we should know about and we’ll give it a visit!
P.S. Want more pinkspiration? Head on over to our Instagram for more pink places in London and beyond!