Kennedy’s Station is one of Dublin’s best known watering holes, steeped in Irish history and tradition. This long-standing bar and restaurant is now under new management, bringing with it a visual makeover to the pub’s interior and the addition of a new cocktail bar inside. L’Estrange Design created a unique and thought-led interior for the bar, ensuring a traditional Irish aesthetic was kept alive throughout.
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Millennium Tower Penthouse is located in Hanover Dock, one of Dublin’s most vibrant and desired city locations. This newly renovated penthouse is the epitome of luxury, boasting panoramic views of the Grand Canal Dock inside a newly refurbished three-bedroom apartment. Our Cairo three arm contemporary chandelier creates a focal point in the dining area of this spectacular penthouse apartment.
Shannon Airport is one of three major airports in Ireland. During its contemporary re-design, Fineline Design used our Nerissa pendant lights in antique brass to provide a warm and friendly welcome in the revitalised Sheridan Bar and Restaurant.
The Jameson Experience is located on a stunning 15-acre estate in Co. Cork. With buildings still intact since 1795, this is the most true-to-life experience of the Golden Generation of whiskey production and distilling in Ireland. Our light fixtures help bring this unique whisky experience to life for the 150,000 visitors each year.
Located in the picturesque city of Strasbourg in northeastern France, Les Innocents wine bar and restaurant is a must visit for all who want to sample local French cuisine in relaxing surroundings. In conjunction with an experienced interior designer, Mullan Lighting manufactured restaurant lighting that has helped create this relaxing environment using some of our most popular, timeless lights.
Delahunt is a modern Irish restaurant and bar situated in a historic Victorian building on Dublin’s Camden Street. After taking over the building and restoring to its former glory, the owners added a cocktail bar on the first floor. The focal point is a striking bay window overlooking Camden Street, accompanied by vaulted ceilings, retro furniture and custom wooden paneling.
Nestled in the north of Spain, Las Cepas de Estraunza restaurant serves up some of the best tapas Bilbao has to offer. The restaurant’s interior is clean and crisp with a lot of natural light flooding in through large windows. They used our factory pendants throughout.
With a host of awards to its name, The 51 Bar in Dublin’s Haddington Road chose Mullan Lighting to finish the desired look and feel of the bar. The bar is packed from morning to night attracting sports fans, whiskey lovers and families. By using a mix of traditional style lighting, they created an authentic looking traditional Irish bar.
The Sea Spice restaurant is situated on the beautiful British coast of Aldeburgh. The restaurant combines coastal Suffolk produce with exotic Indian cookng and local craft beer. Designers Azolay Interiors used a number of our light fixtures throughout this large space.
Whether you intend to add more glamour to your bar and restaurant or make it more homely and contemporary, choosing the right lighting to achieve your desired look is key. Gone are the days when restaurant lighting consisted of flooding the ceiling with the maximum number of light bulbs. There are countless factors to consider before choosing a lighting scheme for your bar or restaurant.