Sommer Pyne’s funky home was used in the recently-aired McMafia series. When not hiring out her London home as a location, her day job is owner of homeware shop, House Curious and organises workshops in food, photography, styling and more.
Her basement bar has a vintage industrial vibe with a glamorous twist. It looks like the perfect place to either retreat to for a quiet post-work cocktail or to party with friends!
- Vintage ‘Tina’ print by J. H. Lynch
- Lightbox sign
- Custom-made satin brass bar top
- Oval silver plate tray
- Vintage amber apothecary bottles
- 76cm bar stools, black
Check out some more of the interiors we’ve featured in our Get their look series.
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Did you get a bit of money for Christmas? We’ve found something lovely on eBay for Charity to put it towards! This fabulous vintage Erik Buch rosewood folding bar is something to behold. Charity shops don’t often get such rare, high value, quality items – but Isabel Hospice* has got a winner here.
Their photos don’t do the piece justice at all; if you’d like to see what it looks like in all its glory have a look here, here and here. An example sold at auction in 2010 for just over £1,200, there’s one for sale on Etsy at the moment for £3,100 and another on 1stdibs for $3,000 (about £2,000). That makes this ones buy it now price of £1,250 spot on.
It’s such a well designed and thought out piece of furniture. Imagine rolling it out, opening it up and offering your dinner party guests an aperitif – all very Mad Men!
*Isabel Hospice is a charity needing to raise nearly £4 million per annum to provide their free services to the people of eastern Hertfordshire. Their ethos is that they treat the whole person, not simply the illness. They offer a complete hospice service through their team of Community Nurse Specialists, a 16-bed, in-patient hospice, a day hospice, outreach day hospices, hospice at home and a family support and bereavement service.