Located in the heart of Cheshire, Victor’s in Hale is a culmination of the rural and rustic surroundings, the luxury of a refined meal, and the intricate beauty of a high class setting. As part of this restaurant interior design project, our team was tasked with creating a relaxing and aesthetically pleasing 100 cover restaurant, maximising the use of space and enhancing the environment with natural and modern features and design influences.
From the use of mirrors in each wall arch to optimise the flow of natural light, to the mix of white painted brick and authentic wooden beams, this restaurant project managed to take the concept of a country house kitchen and infuse it with modern luxury and lowkey style. Despite the limited floor space, we were able to successfully create a comfortable 100 cover restaurant, by combining standalone tables with wall mounted booths and sofa seats set back into the arches which existed in the infrastructure of the building.
Painting the brick walls white made the whole space feel lighter and brighter, while the addition of wooden beams and purple wisteria introduced that rustic feel which – when done right – achieves the perfect form of relaxed luxury.
Knowing that the Victor’s menu is built on British tradition, a large part of our restaurant interior design focus was on curating the ideal setting in which to enjoy anything from a light lunch to a formal afternoon tea or dinner. That’s why the large windows and mirrors, which optimise the flow of natural light, are supplemented with a mix of different hanging lights in varying placements and with varying strengths – allowing the restaurant to take on a more intimate and romantic feel in the evening.
We finished the project by sourcing a number of round and angular tables, again using juxtaposing shapes and textures to add to the rustic country house kitchen vibe – surrounding each table with minimalist but cushioned seating for optimum comfort.