We have recently completed the interior design for Spinningfields latest pop-up bar offering, InBloom.
A joint venture between Allied London and Fluid Bars, James Wrigley from Fluid Bars brought in Nochintz and James Darwent Architects to bring the concept to life.
The bar has prime position on the lawns and was set up to provide a natural oasis in the middle of the city. Our interior design reflects this; creating a relaxing fresh space inspired by a garden theme. Taking a palette of muted greens we created a feature lighting installation using ceiling roses on the interior walls, and introduced faceted tiles to the bar front. The bar itself is deliberately understated with a lot of exposed ply details and crates hung to display bottles from nodding to the garden reference. The tables are dressed with fresh flowers and plants and herbs are hung on the walls providing fresh garnishes for the cocktails. Copper tones are brought through in the exposed plumen lighting and sprayed bottles and pots bringing the bar bang on trend.
We also provided furniture for both the indoor and outdoor areas including some feature garden “pods” perfect for soaking up the surroundings on summer evenings.
Take a look at these images of InBloom Bar taken by local photographer Luke Robertson & keep your eye on our blog for our own official images coming soon!
Photography by Luke Robertson