Cassie Nicholas, winner of the BBC's Interior Design Masters has designed Jin, a great place to kick back on a Komodoro, cocktail held aloft, gazing upward at the impressive atrium.
LIV is a neighbourhood restaurant and café offering bright, contemporary dining in a relaxed, vibrant space. The interior is a joy to behold with welcoming yellow tones featuring throughout.
The exclusive & highly stylised venue consists of 35 bedrooms, business lounges, bars, pitching suites and restaurants all with different furniture requirements.
The design features contemporary industrial touches alongside traditional heritage design cues - we supplied traditional Windsor chairs in natural matt ash finish and industrial style inox table bases in brushed stainless steel to further this effect.
The Peggy Porschen mission is to create happiness through the global language of cake and confectionery, where every stage of the customer experience is packed with pretty details.
The Lana Barstools we supplied provide a diversified space with casual counter seating below hanging pendant lights; perfect for sharing antipasti and intimate drinks with a friend or grabbing a coffee and breakfast on the way to work.
In keeping with the Grade II listed '60s architecture of the building, the furniture supplied has touches of brass, from the feet and kickplate of the Ava barstools to the plinth of the Goldy Poufs.
Spencer Swinden has helped to bring an Argentinian oasis to Shirley high street, Solihull. It's easy to see why the venue has made the shortlist for a Restaurant and Bar Design Award 2019 in the Biophilic category, as the venue feels part vibrant cantina, part tropical rainforest.
The Chequers Inn is an 18th century pub and restaurant serving up hearty food, craft beers, wine and cocktails; it's the perfect example of a charming English country pub with a fantastic food offering.
The hotel’s design is smart yet charismatic. Inspired by Victorian textile warehouses and intended to reflect the neighbourhood’s fascinating fusion of East End tradition and contemporary creativity, the interiors exude an elegant yet casual charm with a hint of history.
The Bracebridge is set in the stunning 2,400 acre Sutton Park - with equally stunning food and interiors to match.
The Oyster Club offers a casual and relaxed approach to fine dining and the interior design is geared to creating a memorable experience which draws walk-in customers with the pull of live oyster shucking.
The Botanist is a place where antiquities and trinkets hang from the walls, and resident botanists craft unusual concoctions. Our Rossini Armchairs with their handcrafted rattan frame are the perfect travel companion for this old world beau.
Bentwood chairs in honey-rich stains, rattan chairs & stools with brightly striped woven upholstery pair with scaffold board table tops and clean white bases. This is sun-soaked, sand-swept California cool at its best. Furniture that makes you think, chilled times, healthy vibes & a great quality of life.
A minimal palette of polished plaster, pale oak and (Shou Sugi ban) charred timber paired with bold tones of red and black set a warm and inviting ambience throughout the restaurant. With playful elements of vibrancy projected through mesmerising feature floor tiles and Japanese manga inspired illustrations that capture the colourful persona of Rocky & the Benihana brand.