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How to get the 76 Dean Street look at home

Living room painted in Lick Teal 03 76 Dean Street with Soho House and Soho Home interior styling

WordsMegan Lambert


Tucked away along one of Soho’s oldest streets, in one of Westminster’s oldest townhouses, lies 76 Dean Street. Built in 1732, history and character are the very bricks-and-mortar of its Georgian architecture. Inside, it’s instantly recognisable for its mix of traditional and contemporary furnishings. Known for its lived-in yet refined ambience, there’s a timeless charm to its decor that will leave you feeling at ease. So, if you’re inspired by the history behind the design of 76 Dean Street, take a look at how you can get the look in your home. 

A timeless colour palette

Your walls really are the first place to start when pulling together a mood board. Recreate 76 Dean Street’s style with Teal 03 76 Dean Street—named after the club it calls home. As seen in its Club Bar, this paint colour evokes this Georgian townhouse’s cracking fires, original floorboards, and naval-inspired artwork. Yet, however big or small, new or old, this timeless teal will give any room in any home that lived-in, heritage feel.

A vintage bar cart

There are few sounds more pleasing to the ear than the tuneful tinkling of fresh drinks being prepared, and for that authentic Club Bar feel, you’re going to need a spot to mix them. Ensure your home bar remains stylish and well-stocked with Soho Home’s Bar Cart—the perfect accompaniment to any drinks party. Inspired by the vintage brass bar carts found in each of the Houses, it’s a nod to 76 Dean Street’s ‘decades of debauchery’ and will sprinkle a touch of the roaring twenties’ decadence into your living room.

Plenty of seating 

If there is one thing that every House has in common, it’s plenty of seating. Comfy armchairs, sink-into sofas, and bar stools to prop yourself on. The Henri armchair is inspired by 76 Dean Street and is a perfect accent chair in a bedroom or living room. Whilst the Henri armchair in Obie print velvet continues the House's jewelled tones whilst adding pattern and texture. Alternatively, for a classic mid-century look, the Theodore armchair - inspired by 76 Dean Street’s neighbouring House, 40 Greek Street - is as comfortable as it is stylish.