Nestled in the heart of Albuquerque in New Mexico, USA is a charming rustic Charcuterie serving up cheese boards and cured meat, fine wines and hard to find craft beers. A cosy place for a catch up over life's simple pleasures.
Exposed wooden accents with industrial details, the relaxed decor feels homely, complemented by a touch of elegance from our glass bottle pendant lights.
More vino please!
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Cut glass bottle Pendant Light
There's definitely something in the water over at the May Street Larder establishment in East Freemantle, WA, Australia. A buzz over 'thoughtful dining', locally sourced organic produce, seasonal ingredients, a suggestion to wash it down with a Kombucha or a home-made soda perhaps?
What is a 'larder'? Sounds like old Victorian english that never made it to Australia during the British colonisation. A wall decal in the corner reveals it to us, reminiscent of a dictionary look up during an english lesson "large cupboard or pantry for storing food; a supply of food". It makes their name all the more memorable.
Nostalgic touches are in play; rustic rainbow wooden bench, upcycled fleur de lis tiles, bric-a-brac polished stools. We can agree that it feels tailored, customised and unique. Their identity is strong and present upon first impression.
No doubt their philosophy would translate to their dishes and produce. In fact, you'll find an abundance of satisfied customer regrams over on instagram when you search #maystreetlarder
This post features our following lights:
reims pendant light vintage jar wall light black cone wall light 5 pipe pendant light
customer feature restaurant showcasing botanical luxe interior with geometric pendant lights and hanging plant lights
Located in Townsville, QLD, Australia, Shaw and co is a restaurant and bar that warmly welcomes its patrons off Flinders street for a quenching drink or a hearty feed.
A raw and industrial feel, designed by daarc architecture + interiors, pays a tribute to the former glory of the space; the 1913 ‘Alfred Shaw’s Hardware Store’. Exposed beams and panels with materials predominantly timber and rustic metal, inclines us to appreciate the rawness embracing the nostalgia of the past.
The industrial atmosphere is warmed by numerous upcycled elements; the handcrafted wooden stools, use of railway steepers, newspaper clippings on paint peeling walls, the loft like mezzanine. Industrial lighting was used to highlight the rough texture of the existing walls and warm Edison bulbs to colour the venue while maintaining the look of its overall design.
Our 5 head pipe chandeliers are a beautiful compliment to their new home over on the bar at Shaw and co.
all photographs by Scott Burrows