Living in the affluent area of Chelsea, in England’s capital city of London.
Located on the north bank of the river Thames, in the West of England’s capital city of London is the affluent and exclusive area of Chelsea. In the 1970’s the much higher than average house prices there alongside the boutique style retail stores, posh restaurants and high-class bars led to the locals being known as “Sloane Rangers”. The ethnicity of most of the residents is American and Chelsea is home to the largest community of Americans living together outside of the United States. Their homes are decorated with a flamboyance, elegance and taste that reflects who they are and the high status they have achieved. The fixtures, furnishings, fabrics and curtains are decadent and expensive and they use the most exclusive Curtain Makers Chelsea to complete their chosen designs. These professional companies such as http://www.theboyswhosew.co.uk/curtain-makers-near-me/curtain-makers-chelsea have worked closely with their prestigious clientele to choose elite and bespoke fabrics to make individual curtains for these exclusive clients.
Plush fabrics, soft cushions and bright colours accentuate the white walls and ceilings, and the high price tag doesn’t come into consideration against achieving the desired effect.
Several important frescoes and the public library can be found inside the exquisite, neo-classical building of the old Chelsea Town Hall which is located in the King’s Road. The Chelsea Royal Hospital opened in 1964 is probably the best-known building in this affluent area and was commissioned by King Charles 11 specifically to look after old soldiers.