Contrast and eye-catching decorative design addressed the venue’s commercial need to stand out and be seen while also creating the desire to enter and experience it for yourself. As a focal point, we used an aqua-blue distressed finish on the wall cladding to create a textured backdrop that sets the tone for other design elements to contrast with.
They came in the form of brass, oxidised metals and vibrant blue glass worked stylishly into the bottle display. The result is a warm, inviting space that is functional and can be enjoyed in several ways. We raised the ceiling, supporting it with flat trusses finely finished in brass tones, and enlarged the windows to enhance the town views.
Large chandeliers and boxed window frames add a classical touch, as do elegant Chesterfield upholstery and textured oak wood table tops. A stand-up bar under the window was created that opens up to the esplanade, so guests can simultaneously enjoy a tapa and drink indoors and al fresco. The distressed lime yellow door forms the ultimate eye-catching element that invites you in.
HEIDI GUBBINS INTERIOR DESIGN STUDIO