Harrison Ince Architects

Every pub needs a great atmosphere, a wide selection of drinks and an inviting interior. These latest projects designed by our friends at Harrison Ince have all three. Featuring leathers from Yarwood Leathers ranges, they make the perfect place to enjoy a pint or a bite to eat. 

Read on for an insight into the design behind these four great pub projects that have been designed by Lee Stamps for Harrison Ince. 

Lord Nelson, Sutton

Featuring: Yarwood Leather Mustang in Bottle

A renovation to this Sutton pub sees an expansion of cask and craft beer, “ambient decor and the perfect setting for summer socialising with a double-leveled beer garden.”

The design features the deep tones of Yarwood Leather’s Mustang Bottle, “A classic pub using rich oak stained panelling and earthy green tones. The bench seating is a timeless design with dark turned oak legs and a distinctive buttoned back upholstered in a classic green leather.”

Tally Ho, Finchley

Featuring: Yarwood Leather Mustang in Tan and Heritage in Old Oak

After 90 years of serving the locals in Finchley a £750,000 refurbishment brings back live music and sport to the three storey building. The design is stripped back to appreciate the original character of the building, whilst adding traditional and contemporary touches. 

Harrison Ince chose “A contemporary take on classic pub design with dark grey painted picture rail panelling and contrasting tan leather bench seating.

The dining chairs are upholstered in a combination of warm woollen plaid & rich oak coloured leather giving the design country character and charm.”

The Caley Picture House, Edinburgh

Featuring: Yarwood Leather Camden in Black

Embracing the heritage of the grade B listed building which opened as a cinema and has also embraced nightclubs and a live music venue within its doors, this pub now features Yarwood Leather Camden Black in its revamp. “The design intention was to restore and showcase selected original design features, whilst simultaneously creating a contemporary interpretation of a vintage, art deco theatre and cinema. The colours are bold yet elegant with antique golds and complimentary dark greys and blacks, with the upholstery is a sophisticated mix of bright luxury velvet’s and black.”

 

The George Hotel, Brecon

Featuring Yarwood Leather Heritage in Sage and Mahogany

Reopened from its days as a 16th century coaching inn, this JD Wetherspoon pub “takes inspiration from the local Brecon Beacons national park and its exceptional natural beauty. The space is dressed in a mix of complimentary paint colours from rich heritage green tones to dark contemporary greys. Connecting the spaces with a contour map inspired carpet and rich dark oak timber flooring in a basket weavepattern. The overall aesthetic has a classic gentlemen’s lounge atmosphere with earthy paint colours, premium leathers and velvet upholstery creating a comfortable and inviting ambience.”

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Posted by Laura Wood