Grand Beedapest Hotel from Taylors Tea

August 09, 2016

Bee and Breakfast

Grand Beedapest Hotel from Taylors Tea

Micro-flats might be all the rage but the Grand Beedapest Hotel takes micro-living to a whole new level.

Designed by Taylors Tea to draw attention to the decline of the bee population, this whimsical doll-house sized hotel for bees features a check-in reception (accessorised with a mini laptop), a restaurant, luxury bedrooms, a disco as well as a spa with a gym.  Can't think of a better way to treat our little hard working friends.

Grand Beedapest Hotel from Taylors TeaGrand Beedapest Hotel from Taylors TeaGrand Beedapest Hotel from Taylors TeaGrand Beedapest Hotel from Taylors TeaGrand Beedapest Hotel from Taylors TeaGrand Beedapest Hotel from Taylors TeaGrand Beedapest Hotel from Taylors Tea

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Check out our selection of bee-inspired furniture, from the Baobab side table from Moustache to the Triangles rug from Golran and the Opus Incertum bookshelf from Casamania.

 
 

We love the beehive shaped Dandelion suspension light from LZF.  For more animal-inspired lights try the Twee. T suspension light from Casamania and the Monkey light from Seletti.

 
 

Our bees and other animal-inspired accessories include the Holy Homes Bird Church from Frederik Roije, the Giant Cocatoo jug from Sena Gu and the horn-shaped Goat mug from Goat Story.

 
 

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