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Get The Look: Tom’s Kitchen Birmingham

Posted on Dec 14, 2016 by

The ethos of Tom’s Kitchen is simple, only the very best seasonal menu and locally sourced ingredients are used wherever possible. One of the UK’s most acclaimed British chefs, and the youngest ever to be awarded two Michelin stars Tom Aitkens and his team are committed to serving fresh, ethically sourced ingredients (not to mention a truly decadent brunch menu; Truffle Eggs Benedict anyone?) Already with two international outposts and five permanent locations across London, a new opening in Birmingham boasts a smoky gentlemen’s club aesthetic with subtle industrial touches and luxe finishes freshened with a wash of powder blue and vintage enamel green. Read on as we show you how to recreate the look at home.

A new opening in Birmingham boasts a smoky gentlemen’s club aesthetic with subtle industrial touches and luxe finishes

A new opening in Birmingham boasts a smoky gentlemen’s club aesthetic with subtle industrial touches and luxe finishes
Image courtesy of Tom’s Kitchen

Tom Aitkens and his team are committed to serving fresh, ethically sourced ingredients; not to mention a truly decadent brunch menu

Tom Aitkens and his team are committed to serving fresh, ethically sourced ingredients; not to mention a truly decadent brunch menu
Image courtesy of Tom’s Kitchen

A wash of powder blue and vintage enamel green freshens the masculine interior scheme

A wash of powder blue and vintage enamel green freshens the masculine interior scheme
Image courtesy of Tom’s Kitchen

This caramel lounger encourages intimate dining and conversation, while deep vertical quilting gives a luxurious impression.

Margot two seater sofa in antique gold velvet, £499, MADE.com

Warm hardwood and brass feet give this stunning sofa a luxe finish

Warm hardwood and brass feet give this stunning sofa a luxe finish
Image courtesy of MADE.com

Play with scale and the illusion of space and exaggerated light with the sell out window pane mirror from Graham & Green. Its arched apex reminiscent of factory and warehouse windows. 

Large window pane mirror, £425, Graham & Green

A rustic metal guide frames this oversized decorative mirror

A rustic metal guide frames this oversized decorative mirror
Image courtesy of Graham & Green

The cherry on top (no not your amaretto sour) is the hero chandelier from Buster + Punch. Shown here in stone this dynamic yet playful pendant can be set in ring or left to hang through the centre. 

Hero light in Stone, £939, Buster + Punch

6 Edison bulbs punctuate the halo like ring of the Hero Chandelier; choose from brass, steel or smoked bronze fittings

6 Edison bulbs punctuate the halo like ring of the Hero Chandelier; choose from brass, steel or smoked bronze fittings
Image courtesy of Buster + Punch

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