This Charming Terrace Has Undergone A Wonderful Winter Transformation

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The picture-perfect Dalloway Terrace has transformed for winter.

Spring has wisteria hysteria. Summer has #travelgram. Autumn has the beauty of nature. But for our money, Instagram’s finest season has to be winter, when a sprinkling of frost and a Christmas jumper can jazz up any feed. Expect Dalloway Terrace to contribute to that, as their charming terrace has had yet another breathtaking makeover. Feast your eyes on this seasonal stunner:

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Photo: @dallowayterrace

This year, they’ve added a touch of pink to their floral fancies, and the result is pretty special. As usual, the display has been conjured up by the ever-excellent Nikki Tibbles, of London florists Wild at Heart, and it’s another classy addition to her repertoire. Budding gardeners amongst you may be interested to know that the terrace is festooned with leather leaf, gogo, eucalyptus, magnolia, a touch of lichen, and some pale pink leaf to finish.

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Photo: @thelyonbadger

It’s already been discovered by the influencer crowd, despite only having been open a shade over 24 hours. (Even Dalloway Terrace’s website hasn’t picked up on it at the time of writing). If it’s pretty, they’ll sniff it out, so expect to see it make multiple appearances in the run up to Christmas.

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Photo: @t.a.ercetin

Of course, they aren’t here just to pose – they’ve also come for Dalloway Terrace’s brunch and afternoon tea offerings, which are just that bit more special beneath boughs of festive fripperies. We reckon it’s a classy spot to either start or finish a day out in the West End with the gang, but you can also book it out for a party, should you have the means. You don’t? Us neither – maybe just settle for a ‘gram this time.

Find Dalloway Terrace at 16-22 Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury, WC1B 3NN. Nearest station is Tottenham Court Road. More information on their website.

Featured image: @dallowayterrace

Alex Landon

Alex Landon

Although Alex spent most of his life in Somerset and Durham, London is (almost) in his name, so he relocated to the capital and fell in love with it. Now going by the moniker 'Secret Landon', you'll find him eating all of London's street food, lost in a bookshop, or shouting at his beloved ice hockey team, the Minnesota Wild.