Coquine, London by Lee Broom

If there’s one thing that Londoners love more than a pint, it’s a new watering hole. Preferably one with some nice nosh thrown into the mix. Enter stage left a new kid on the Old Brompton Road block of bars, pubs and restaurants.

Snug, low-ceilinged, softly lit and kitted out in a splash of blue, black and gold, Coquine (French for ‘mischievous’) is the latest bolt-hole brought to us by the team behind Chelsea hotspot, The Valmont Club.

Interior designer and 4 stockist Lee Broom’s fit out of the double-level space is Coquine’s most eye-catching feature. Many pieces from Broom’s ‘Heritage Boy’ furniture range – including the ‘Carpentry’ pendant light and ‘Tiles’ lamp – have been incorporated, but the most interesting one is probably ‘Decanterlight’, which is exactly what it sounds like: lights made from vintage lead-crystal decanters rescued from antique shops and flea markets.

Broom liked the Decanterlight so much that he’s created a special retail range that launched on 26th May. The good news, says Broom, is that this will not be a limited edition. ‘This is the first, more accessible range I have designed. Although each piece is indeed unique, the collection will only end when no more vintage, cut crystal decanters can be found!’

Lee Broom’s designs are stocked at 4.

Reah the orginal blog post here on Wallpaper*