It's been a whilst since I updated you on my interiors projects. Earlier this year we did a complete transformation of a dated cafe space into a warm and inviting day-to-night venue in Sydney's inner city Newtown.
The brief was to create a space that was all about 'bringing back what is great about hospitality'. Highlighting great food and drinks, great service and a great in-venue experience.
The look and feel needed to be understated, casual and welcoming with a deep sustainability and recycled component.
A VENUE FOR LOCALS, BY LOCALS
Take a look inside!
We stripped the walls to reveal the raw brick underbelly and hand finished the remaining walls with custom painted finishes.
In the main bar hung huge iron lights through recycled casement window frames over our raw brick back bar.
The dining room features a three metre long old French country table with vintage industrial stools, recyled iron wall panels and a vintage Gothic style chandelier.
We clad columns in recycled timber and used the same for feature shelving.