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Interiors inspiration: Inside the restoration of the Ten Trinity Square members club

Interiors inspiration: Inside the restoration of the Ten Trinity Square members club

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The bar

To create a feeling of relaxation and cosiness, the large volume of the bar area is subtly divided into an impressive wooden counter and adjoining comfortable lounge. The original mouldings have been reinterpreted into a modern structured pattern centred around a bespoke brass shelving unit on which the liquor bottles catch the eye in their glazing frame and contrast with the imposing marble plate at the rear of the bar. To complement this, the counter top features copper details and brass rounded lamps and is finished with a large leather-edge and wine-coloured leather high chairs.

The lounge is very welcoming in a truly British sense, with a padded leather low table and seats covered with Scottish mohair and velvets, to create a harmonious and familiar setting. The listed panelled walls match the tone of the counter and the metal details atop the doors add subtle visual interest.

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