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Rivendale Bar & Bistro by Lazzeri Creative Interiors

Mixology North21 Project of the Year Finalist: Bar & Leisure Interiors

16/11/2021 1 min read

Taking inspiration from the stunning Peak District surroundings, Rivendale Bar & Bistro uses biophilia and a nature inspired palette to bring the countryside in.

Nods to the area’s history and landscape include bespoke copper light features, heather and moss-coloured upholsteries, train carriage inspired toilets and a feature map of the nearby Tissington Trail. All of the materials chosen for the scheme complemented or took inspiration from the local landscape, industry, flora and fauna.

Rustic limestone walls are synonymous with the Peak District landscape, which made it a key feature within the interior scheme both with cladding to the walls and tumbled flagstones to the floor.

Nearby copper mining was also an influence, with feature copper lighting, beaten copper tabletops and a beautifully lit copper bar front taking centre stage, as well as copper basins and ironmongery in the toilets.  The palette throughout references the ferns and heathers of the surrounding countryside and is showcased using as many natural wool and leather upholsteries as possible.

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