Located at Corinthia Hotel London, Kerridge Bar & Grill is a top trend when the topic is best restaurant ideas. The property can put together brilliant food, lovely people, and a warm, friendly welcome. Today, Restaurant Interior Design want to inspire you with this mesmerizing interior design– The Kerridge`s bar by David Collins Studio
With your vast physical dimensions the 4,300-sq.-ft. Kerridge’s Bar & Grill requisite an outstanding restaurant interior design concept that could accommodate the renowned Michelin-starred chef Tom Kerridge`s first London restaurant. In order to accomplish this task, Tom Kerridge required the exquisitely adjust expertise of David Collins Studio.
Kerridge’s bar Best Restaurant ideas are described by creative director Simon Rawlings as a ‘spectacle of theatre, preparation, drama, and intimacy”. David Collins Studio interior design concept blends one-part bonhomie from Britain’s traditional culinary personality, with one-part timber from his imaginative interpretations of classic English cuisine.
The interior design David Collins Studio transformed the early creamy tones brasserie_style restaurant into a darker, more seductive space. Walls and vaulted ceiling are enriched by an enveloping deep racing green, while armchairs and deep-buttoned banquettes of glossy burgundy leather lend a posh gastropub meets gentleman’s club feel.
Paneled screens create a monumental bar featuring a pewter counter sense of privacy, fluted glass, antique mirror panels and brass detailing headlining the room. High-vaulted ceiling and subtly lit columns with marble bases add to the spectacle.
In the private dining room, David Collins Studio gives guests a peek into the show kitchen with glass-fronted fridges set into the walls, exhibiting hunks of hanging meat supplied by Kerridge’s The Butcher’s Tap in Marlow. While the main dining room is highlighted by two finely detailed rotisseries with a pewter countertop, dramatic black tiles and pendant lights that call attention to the top-quality local ingredients.
Central to the dining room, and under a grand rotunda with a delicate frieze, is a genuine artwork which plays a central role there is a sculpture of an “invisible” man created by Kerridge’s wife English sculpture Beth Cullen Kerridge whose early success helped the pair invest in their first restaurant.
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