Seats were given a purpose and new dining height fixed seating booths allowed for a less sporadic placement of chairs. We combined the new furniture with flagged floors and repurposed some original furniture to combine the old with the new.
We created a more welcoming entrance by replacing the matting and adding additional lighting and new decorations. Moving inside the pub different types of flooring were used to segregate the bar and restaurant areas without closing them off.
The bar itself is the central point, so we paid particular attention to it, decorating it nicely. The existing bar counter top was stripped, restained and polished and the counter front painted. We retained the existing over-bar glass shelving but removed the stained-glass units to allow for 2 new metal framed glass rack units. LED lighting was added to the glass steps of the bottle display to brighten he area and add a modern look to the traditional wooden bar.
Both the men’s and women’s toilets were completely stripped back, old tiles, flooring and sanitary ware were removed to make way for a new vinyl floor. New vanity units, mixer taps, sinks, radiator’s and lighting were all added continuing the theme of a traditional pub with a modern twist.