Irish Pub Interior Design

Irish Pub Interior Design

Intec Design specialises in crafting various styles of Irish Pub interiors, catering to both locals and tourists, making it a favoured theme across the U.S. and Europe. Our portfolio showcases diverse designs ranging from Victorian and farmhouse to shop, Celtic, and contemporary motifs. Embracing authenticity, our recent projects incorporate reclaimed floorboards, cabinets, and solid wood panelling, alongside rustic lighting and vintage ornaments. This blend fosters an immersive Irish pub ambience. Furthermore, we skilfully integrate patterned wallpaper and glass elements, complemented by high-quality furniture, striking the perfect balance between tradition and modernity. With meticulous attention to detail, our designs ensure an unforgettable pub experience, resonating with patrons seeking a genuine taste of Irish culture and hospitality. Some venues have gone on to win awards.

Nancy Spain’s in Shoreditch, London, boasts a chic and eclectic design, blending vintage charm with modern flair. Its cosy interior features exposed brick walls, dim lighting, and retro furnishings, creating a welcoming ambience. The vibrant neighbourhood adds to the lively atmosphere, making it a favourite for locals and visitors alike.

Davy Mac’s Bar, nestled in the heart of Waterford, Ireland, boasts cosy interiors with warm wood furnishings and traditional Irish decor. The ambience is lively, filled with laughter and live music. Patrons enjoy a relaxed atmosphere, savouring pints of Guinness amidst the welcoming charm of this beloved local establishment.

We recently completed the design and refurbishment of “Thirteen on the Green” in Galway. Formerly known as Garvey’s Bar, this Victorian style pub needed an uplift. The main changes to the design included the creation of a new overhead display cabinet, a new cocktail bar, new lighting and a new tin tile ceiling.

The Big Tree Tavern located on Dorset Street, not far from Croke Park GAA Stadium is one of most famous pubs in Dublin with a tavern at the site since 1543. During the construction of the Dublin One Hotel The pub was closed, the old interior of the pub was removed and the footprint reduced. The Architecturally significant exterior was all that remained of the Big Tree Tavern.

Tigin Galway embodies a harmonious fusion of contemporary design and traditional Irish elements, capturing the essence of Galway’s vibrant culture. Rich textures, earthy tones, and intricate Celtic motifs adorn the space, creating an inviting ambience. Sustainable materials and energy-efficient lighting further enhance the eco-conscious environment, ensuring a memorable dining experience.

Left Bank in Kilkenny boasts a charming design, blending historical architecture with modern flair. Its cobblestone streets wind through vibrant gardens and cosy cafes, creating a picturesque environment. Surrounded by the tranquil River Nore, Left Bank offers a serene escape in the heart of Ireland’s cultural hub.

Auld Millhouse Switzerland features timeless Alpine charm with its rustic timber architecture blending seamlessly into the picturesque surroundings. Nestled amidst lush greenery and rolling hills, it offers tranquillity and serenity. The design exudes warmth and comfort, inviting guests to unwind and embrace the natural beauty of Switzerland.

McCarthy’s Irish Pub Prague exudes authentic charm with its cosy, traditional Irish design featuring dark wood furnishings, stained glass windows, and an inviting fireplace. Patrons revel in the lively atmosphere, enjoying hearty pub fare and a wide selection of Irish brews, all set against the backdrop of friendly banter and live music.

PJ O’Hare’s Carlingford boasts a sophisticated design that seamlessly integrates rustic charm with contemporary elegance. The interior exudes warmth through rich wooden accents and soft lighting, creating an inviting atmosphere. Its picturesque surroundings complement the ambience, offering patrons a serene environment to indulge in culinary delights and social gatherings.

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