High Road House, Chiswick

The ever cool Soho House Group, re-done by Interior Designers Alexander Waterworth Interiors, needed some bits and pieces for a total refurb of High Road House, Chiswick. We sourced some pieces for them including copper mid-century lighting from the Czech Republic, chairs and side tables.




Second Home, London

A versatile ‘home away from home’ environment where people can work, meet, drink, eat and get involved with a full calendar of events, this space needed a bit of everything. Designed by the award-winning architect Selgas Cano, this space had a futuristic-kitsch feel, full of colour and glass walls. For this project we sourced over 100 vintage lights from all over Europe to help create the individual and communal work spaces.


Brilliant Corners, London

A music events bar on Kingsland Road inspired by the David Mancuso loft parties of old focussing on the shared values related to music, sound and inclusivity. The owners wanted to create an atmosphere where everyone feels welcome and relaxed, which led us to a of mixture understated vintage and discreet modern pieces. It was important to make a small space comfortable for the longer spectacles and versatile enough to be able to cope with all the different sides of this little bar: eating, dancing, drinking and listening.



Carousel, London

The first permanent project from the creators of Dine Mile High, Carousel has three floors housing a restaurant, gallery and pop-up space. The challenge here was to find furniture and lighting to suit a constantly changing space that could stand the hard knocks of restaurant life. The client liked the idea of a mid-century/industrial hybrid, something that could suit their different flavours and moods week on week.

For this project we sourced vintage and modern pieces including our own MAR-DEN MADE bar stool, Ercol dining chairs, German stacking chairs, prismatic glass pendant lights, lead-lined industrial sinks, armchairs and more.


Verden, London E5

A sleek and simple wine bar, Verden needed some discreet yet stylish chairs to fill the Scandi-style space. We decided on various different styles of Ercol chair – for their design and durability – and painted them black to fit with the designer’s aesthetic.