Interior style - Recycled Pallets used as a bar

Interior Style with a difference…

I was surfing the web the other day and saw a new interior style design with a total difference. This is a bar from a new gourmet delicatessen/sandwich bar. I just couldn’t help but check it out, and found myself really impressed with what can be achieved with pallet wood of all things!

Through the clever use of this rough pallet wood they have created a really unique and stylish shop/bar arrangement which could be used in the home, shop, bar or even restaurant.

Interior style - Recycled Pallets used as a bar

The shop area is an open, industrial looking cool interior style space and the counter top and sides and the wall at the back are lined with old pallet wood for a great rustic feel. This works really well against the exposed brickwork. The exposed wooden pallet timbers on the wall are lit up to subtly add more perceived depth to the overall space.

Interior style - Recycled Pallets used as a bar

It looks like they used galvanized steel fence posts to create the building framework for the shelves that line the wall at the back. I particularly like the simplicity of the multi-bulb chandelier. It is truly one of those ‘I can do that’ moments! This light fitting is made by grouping several electrical cables together with simple bulb fittings, all of which just hangs there. Cool, simple, yet really impressive. I want one! The lightbulbs glow with differing degrees to give the light some variation, but how they did this, I do not know! My best guess is different types of light bulbs, but they do look the same.

Interior style - old style light fittings

The owners, whoever they may be have created a great interior style environment and apparently some of the best sandwiches on H Street as well, wherever that may be!

This is great creative design on a tight budget, and it never ceases to amaze how little money you really need to make a fantastic space stand out from the crowd.

Interior style - old style light fittings