Originally a bank we were asked to design and build a steak house restaurant. We discussed and listened to the owners how they wanted there restaurant to be laid out, where the best place for the bar would be and utilising all the available space.
There were areas of restaurant, such as supporting walls and pillars, which restricted the design but we incorporated these into the look of the restaurant by making a feature of them. A supporting wall had an addition of cylinder water features built into it with colour changing lights, this gave an impression of a personal eating space for a small group. The pillars were hidden by a creative wooden design similar to the game jenga from floor to ceiling.
The walls were dressed with stunning metal wall art and a feature also made of these. The bar was built using solid oak and chrome strips and built utilising the space chosen for the bar area. The washrooms were already installed, however a refurbishment was made to these and also adapting an area for the disabled toilet.
Charmol Interiors enabled me to continue to trade in the evening whilst the work was in progress in my restaurant.
I was so pleased I asked them to do my other 2 restaurants. Each restaurant has it’s own unique identity.
Charmol Interiors turned my empty shop into a restaurant with original designs and features that no other restaurant has.