The St. Regis Washington, D.C. has completely revamped its bar and lobby area to look like an old-school English club, Eater.com reports.
The Rockwell Group created the design which features wood herringbone floors, Chesterfield sofas covered in distressed leather, silver-studded wooden tables and custom-made upholstery.
There is also a new chandelier, a refurbished bronze-accented bar and a modern fireplace fixture.
The bar's original 16-foot carved ceilings remain.
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