Pubs are under increased pressure to remain relative as an entertainment venue. There is an increasing realisation that they must perfect their experience offering to attract customers that have more choice than ever before. Nothing quite affects this experience as much as light does.
Mullan Lighting Posts
We’re exhibiting at Sleep in London later this month. Sleep is Europe’s hotel design, development and architecture event. If you plan on attending the event we’d love to meet you there.
We love when our customers and clients use our lights in unique and unusual ways. Inspired by our own clients’ clever ways of installing and adopting our fixtures we describe three unique lighting ideas for your kitchen below.
Brass kitchen lighting is making a comeback after a hiatus of almost three decades. While mid-century lighting has been prevalent in homes for years now it’s only now emerging as a trend in the most important room in the house; the kitchen.
Three large bespoke chandeliers that we designed and manufactured are now suspended in the historic and recently refurbished St. James’s Church, Dublin – now home to the newly opened Pearse Lyons Distillery and visitor centre.
We’re gearing up for a busy period in the lighting industry’s trade show calendar with events in Dublin, Frankfurt, London and Paris over the next six months. We’re unveiling some of the exciting new products that we’ve recently developed at each show.
Next month marks the start of the Autumn industry trade shows for us. We’re starting with the magnificent MAISON&OBJET in Paris in September, then moving on to 100% Design in London (also in September) before our final trade show of 2017 at Sleep in London in November.
We absolutely love how our Cairo wall lights have been used in this Shaker kitchen in an Edwardian home on the outskirts of London. It’s teal colour is bold and daring and very mid-century modern.
So you’ve decided to introduce nautical lighting to your restaurant. From mood to functionality and bulbs, here are the things you need to consider.
Hakkaiza, an Asian restaurant situated on Sørenga harbour in Norway’s capital, has taken the idea of industrial restaurant design and refined it by adding an appropriate serving of Nordic influence. While the wave of industrial restaurant design shows no sign of abating, the design concept is beginning to be adopted and merged with other design disciplines. It’s hardly surprising that a restaurant in Oslo, looking out across the fjord, be the place that industrial meets Scandinavian influence.