One of our clients was Green Peppercorn at The Fairfield Hotel. Green Peppercorn is a distinctive Thai Laos restaurant.
The O’Hara family purchased the Fairfield Hotel in July 2011 and soon set about refurbishing the venue. Most of the interior layout was done from research into other successful venues and knowledge of what works well in the hotel market. The aim was to transform a tired and derelict hotel into an enchanting space to relax and unwind.
The Green Peppercorn Restaurant is full of exciting features, starting with the size. It boasts a 100+ seat main dining area, plus a forty seat private function area. The unique birdcage lighting was an idea of Tona Inthavong’s. Suspended from the ceiling the birdcages cast shadows from the lighting to provide a unique setting. Decorative screens have been scattered throughout the space to section off areas to create more intimate spaces. Powder coated pressed tin surrounds the bar and creates a modern finish.
On the Hotel side of things, the lighting was aimed at being neat, clean and energy efficient .So, they decided to go with large feature lights that were organized through BSeated Global. Down-lights are scattered throughout the entire room to provide additional lighting when required and leave a clean modern finish.
For the restaurant furniture Australian company – BSeated Global was chosen. The monochrome colour scheme provides a clean palette of black and white. The restaurant has fantastic natural light so they wanted the interior wall colours to be dark tones. Rich flocked wallpaper in grey and black tones and a warm grey paint for the majority of the walls was chosen. Wooden tables were selected to add character to the room and galvanized metal chairs in black and white tones add to the mismatch eclectic styling.
Their Design Focus : Bentwood Chairs Metal Powder coated bentwood chairs and table bases all in black and white.
Have you been there? What do you think of the Green Peppercorn restaurant?