This layered interior design by Shed is full of rich detail from floor to ceiling, providing a heritage-infused alcove hidden away from the rest of the modern Leeds Trinity shopping centre.
Newsprint and sketches adorns the walls, giving the place a rough and ready feel that also feels subtly contemporary. Predominantly black and white, the patches of colour are deep and subdued, meaning that the collage isn’t too fussy. (Have a look at our digital wallcoverings here)
Colour is key to the feel of this design: the low-level scarlet-hued lighting is accentuated by the rich leather seats, plush curtains, and other accents of red throughout the scheme. (Have a look at our coated fabrics here)
The restaurant takes the distressed look to another level by replicating the Northern club look with worn parquet, garish laminate, and ‘nicotine-stained’ wood. The chequered carpet is a particularly nice retro touch, clashing against the herringbone-style flooring.
This design is an affectionate take on Northern working men’s clubs, subtly updated for a new generation.
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