Fireplace artwork at the Princess Victoria

The Princess Victoria

Shepherd’s Bush, London
<p>Tropical birds and rare collectibles encircle the bar and dining rooms at The Princess Victoria, one of west London&#8217;s most celebrated pubs. Gin botanicals are hung in the bedrooms and feature quinine, grape and blood orange.</p> <p>The upstairs 1829 room, so named after the year the pub was built, is filled with our monochrome panorama <a href="">wallpaper</a> of tropical landscapes inset with vibrant hummingbirds to bring playful touches of colour to the space.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p>
Photography © Naomi Gabrielle (Rooms) & Lisa Linder (Dining Areas)
Detail of The 1829 Room tropical hummingbird wallpaper
Exterior logo and signage design of The Princess Victoria, Uxbridge Road
Hummingbirds and tropical landscape wallpaper in The 1829 Room at the Princess Victoria
The Princess Victoria, Public House & Hotel Rooms logo design
Since graduating from The Slade School of Fine Art, Adam’s work has developed through both traditional and digital media resulting in the founding of Adam Ellis Studio in 2005. Composed of a small team of designers, project managers, illustrators, and archivists we focus on art curation, bespoke wallpapers, and site specific installations for both commercial and residential interiors. Working closely with many of our founding clients, the business has grown significantly since its establishment.  We have recently expanded to include a new gallery space that allows us to show both new work and selected pieces from our extensive archive of artworks and wallpapers.
Full view of the dining area artwork