A quirky, unique bar & restaurant in Dublin with some very creative interior design concepts.
The Hudson Rooms is designed to encapsulate the industrial feel of the New York Garment District in the 1920’s which echoes a New York loft space in that era. Comfortable seating with luxury fabrics and leather contribute in making a unique experience in relaxed surroundings.
Hexagon tiles, herringbone wood-effect tiles and concrete-effect tiles were some of the interior additions that were chosen for the design of the new Hudson Rooms Bar/ Restaurant in Liffey Valley, Dublin. This funky, 1920’s New York loft style, bar/restaurant, designed by Fionuala Lennon of “Nuns’ Lane Studio, is a world away from any other you will find in the Capital.
With the concrete-effect tiles adding to the industrial feel, and the geometric patterned, encaustic tiles adding a sense of quirkiness, this place has a really cool and trendy vibe. TileStyle were delighted to supply these wall and floor tiles for this very unique commercial project.
For more information on the tiles used, please contact Jacqueline in the TileStyle contracts team at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01 4658175.
Photography: Daragh Muldowney