Fish and chips inspiration

Posted on Mon, 1 Oct 2012 by midcenturyjo

So much great design coming from commercial work. So much inspiration. A fish and chip restaurant in Ealing, London has my mind twisting and turning trying to figure out how I’m going to fit these ideas in my home. Fun and functional, young and quirky. Definitely not fusty. Definitely fab. Distressed and industrial, schoolhouse and rustic. Warm timber with bright colour. Love the typography (yes I’m a typo nerd), love the rough planks, the red and blue, the “newspaper” walls, the subway tiles, the lights, love it all. Vibrant new British design. Kerbisher & Malt by Alexander Waterworth Interiors.

Mickey Gobes says:

Thanks for sharing the post. I simply fell in love with the furniture.

It's lovely to see such vibrant interiors coming out of London, it's a nice contrast to the persistent overcast weather!

Priti says:

Oh! What a pretty restaurant, love the seating arrangements and writings on wall. Nice way to fix lighting. 🙂

I cannot tell you how much I love this space!
I am inspired by the little details (have a seat, etc).
Some of my favorite restaurants have been in London, so this shouldn't be too much of a surprise.
Thank you for posting!


Very Playful! Love the neon fish – craving Cape Cod!

betsy + kiley

If I opened a restaurant, I'd want it to look just like this <3

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