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Thursday, 17 May 2012

Store Tour: Kerbisher & Malt, London

Replicate It items: Chair | Pendant | Type stickers
I've driven past this Fish & Chip restaurant in West London a few times, always thinking to myself how awesome the interior looked from the street. Last night I was browsing the entries for the Restaurant and Bar Design Awards and I as soon as I happened upon the entry for Kerbisher & Malt I knew it looked familiar. Designed by Alexander Waterworth Interiors, the space has a utilitarian and industrial feel to it. This atmosphere is created by the wall of subway tiles, fisherman lanterns and Tolix stools. My favourite detail is the typographical menu created with wall stickers on the wall of subway tiles. The blue exterior is pretty rockin' as well. What do you like about this space?
// Restaurant and Bar Design Awards | Alexander Waterworth Interiors

22 comments:

  1. That's a great looking space! Love the menu plastered on with decals on the tiles. Great idea.

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  2. I like the brickbond white tiles- have some in my kitchen.

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  3. This is a great space Will! Love the subways and those great stools :)

    Abbey x

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  4. I love the tile! and you know what I have never had fish and chips, so that might be the place

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  5. love the subway tile + grey grout! (we're preparing for tiles in our house so I see it everywhere :) ) also like how the wood tones soften the industrial look. very nice!

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  6. oh, the traditional blue exterior is gorgeous, and the elaborate logo with the other type. grey & white tolix is so nice. i'll look out for it. x

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  7. Freaking love it! Perfect chippy design. You make me miss London so much. xo

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  8. Great design. Really want fish & chips now! I put vintage tolix stools in a cafe design last year, they work so well, although getting your hands on vintage ones is really tricky now. Thankfully you can get new ones from France but lead time is looooonnnggg.

    thanks for sharing Will:)

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  9. I think it is about time for me to get to London again! So many cool places are waiting!!

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    1. Isn't it amazing, Igor, that no matter how much one travels (and we know how much you travel! So lucky!) that there are always cool places to be found? ;)

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    2. Time for a little London meet up I think, chaps! :)

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  10. Love the design! It totally suits the seafood!

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  11. Love it, Will! Such a great spot and the perfect precursor to lunchtime! :)

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  12. Do you know that when we drove past this the other week (on the way to westfield in the car) I took a pic of this too! Love the retro styling! xx

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    1. And that is exactly why we get on so well, hun! xx

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  13. i love the juxtaposition of textures.... cool and smooth tiles with the warmer, grained wood. the light fixtures connote old mining aesthetics, and really add an interesting flair.

    would love to eat here!

    http://dallianceswithsuitsandskirts.blogspot.com/

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  15. I love the exterior! Great blue colour, great lamps and elegant logo!

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  16. it's in Brook Green, 5 min from where I live!
    Cool place, we used to go there quite often when it opened until I worked out the no of calories in fish & chips...sorry dont want to spoil for everyone....
    I highly recommend the place anyway, their fish is fantastic!

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  17. I am also drawn to the subway tiled wall with the menu typography. What an awesome idea!

    Jessie
    www.mixandchic.com

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