Saint Paul’s House by Tibbatts Abel, Birmingham – UK

April 8th, 2016 by retail design blog

In the heart of Birmingham’s blossoming and notable Jewellery Quarter stands Saint Paul’s House. The new venue inspired by the creative buzz of Shoreditch encompasses opulent finishes and a playful use of bold colour and pattern throughout.

Vibrant tiling and spliced rope, earthy timbers and punchy upholstery, this labour of love encompasses a boutique bar, restaurant and double-storey hotel set in an idyllic location. A collaboration of craftsmanship from local suppliers has formed a chic and industrial venue with a vibrant food and drink offer designed to put a smile on your face.

Designed by Tibbatts Abel
Photography by Richard Kiely

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