LOW-TECH DESIGN! The Shed restaurant, London

November 14th, 2012 by retail design blog

The interior of The Shed reflects its contemporary concept, featuring a mix of well-balanced blend of personally sourced elements. Mind you, the restaurant team all put their day jobs on hold to create an ambiance that’s chic in a very quirky way. Barrels that were once used to transported orange juice from Brazil are now living out their second life as tables.

The restaurant is further furnished with reclaimed furniture pieces, off-set by exposed brickwork on one side and wooden paneling and farm equipment adorn the wall opposite. Wood, candles, mixed-level seating and an eight foot tractor bonnet hanging from the ceiling complete The Shed’s innovative aesthetics.


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