LOOK ME IN THE PIES AND TELL ME WHAT YOU SEE?
Thank You Draft House for putting your trust in us.
Thank You Box Construction for making it happen.
Thank You Studio Frith for your incredible graphics, signage and everything else that makes Draft House what it is.
Thank You Dorrie McVeigh for the marvelous piccies.
Now lets calm down and make a cup of tea.
Happy days at the Relic Interiors hind quarters as the dust is swept, shelves stocked and kegs are stashed all in good time, ready for the launch on Monday.
Heres to Draft House Hammersmith.
Everyone’s heard of the Birdcage pub on the infamous Columbia Road, with its beautiful tiled facade and its tales of Olde London wrapped up within its walls. In the 1600s it was the only building standing, a humble wooden shack believed to have been a public house even back then and later it became the backdrop to some of the sordid events of the gruesome Body Snatchers. Over the last few years the pub had taken a real beating and as a result had never looked more sorry for itself. In October this year Draft House gave Relic Interiors the task of resurrecting this historic pub by restoring and rethinking its interior and facade making it once again the beating heart of Columbia Road.
The doors to the Birdcage are now wide open!
Images copyright and courtesy of the marvelous http://www.fraser-communications.co.uk/
For more info about the Birdcage visit : http://www.drafthouse.co.uk/
Brand spanking new design for The Porchester pub in Bayswater. Adieu Adieu you dark, stuffy, chintzy ol’ thaing…….
All photos courtesy of http://hamblinimagery.com/site/reel
Continuing the theme of “Our Summer of Pub” allow us to proudly present to you (our beloved beer guzzlers) THE COOPERS ARMS.
“Now doubt – Now pain
Come never again
For her sight gives me sigh for sigh”
(That’s the moose we’re talking about BTW, such words for a pub would just be silly wouldn’t it?)
Poetry by Edgar Allen Poe, taken from “Eulalie”
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Our first venture outside the great walls of Londinium, would you please raise a glass to The Seven Stars of Brighton!
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After a long wait and a whole load of appealing The Grafton were finally given permission to build their roof terrace, after an even longer wait we finally managed to get down and do a photoshoot! Oh yeah and then there’s the Board Room. Have a looky at what we did!