Get The Look With Barker And Stonehouse
A year after it first opened, popular East London pub The Culpeper has now launched The Culpeper Kitchen on the first floor. The gastro pub occupies a handsome Victorian building on the corner of Petticoat Lane market and takes its name from a once local botanist, Nicholas Culpeper.
The botanical theme is evident throughout The Culpeper’s menu of British dishes, seasoned with herbs grown on the pub’s roof. But it also continues throughout the interior décor too. A four-floored light well and original Victorian windows have been restored to fill the building with natural light. On the rooftop, a conservatory awaits summer days and sunny evenings. The original features have been complemented by carefully considered furniture and decorative pieces. The style is laid-back yet sophisticated, with luminous pendant lights, stone pot plants and assorted vintage bar stools. Upstairs in the newly opened restaurant space, classic design elements such as Ercol chairs and a wooden chevron floor are offset with the eye-catching turquoise booths.
Inspired by our latest visit to The Culpeper, we went in search of their style. And we found plenty of ways to channel their look with Barker and Stonehouse.
We love the iconic design of this Ercol Quaker chair from Barker and Stonehouse, made from ash with a U-shaped ladder back. It’s a smart addition to any dining table.
Ercol Quaker Dining Chair, £315, Barker and Stonehouse
Bring vintage style to your home with these industrial bar stools, available in a vibrant blue shade that is perfect for spring. The oxidized surface and patina add to their character.
Tolix Square Barstool in Blue, £85, Barker and Stonehouse
Mix and match armchairs for an eclectic and relaxed vibe, but make the Taylor chair your hero piece. Upholstered in tan and distressed leather, this is a chair to sink into.
Taylor chair, £649, Barker and Stonehouse
Embrace botanicals for spring and look for surprising ways to display potted plants. This handmade clay planter has the appearance of smooth concrete and is sufficiently chic to be used indoors. Be inspired by The Culpeper and use yours for a table centerpiece.
Grey Clay Fibre Planter, £25, Barker and Stonehouse
Shine a light on stylish living with this hanging lamp from Gallotti & Radice Bolle. The lamp is finished in hand burnished brass and features irregular glass domes in a truly unique design.
Gallotti & Radice Bolle Hanging Lamp, £1695, Barker and Stonehouse
If you’ve been inspired by the industrial and rustic decor of The Culpeper, and enjoyed our shopping tips with Barker and Stonehouse, take a look at last week’s post on Bohemian Modern. And we’ve got plenty more inspiration over on Pinterest!
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