With its central London location and ties with celebrity chef Michel Roux, The Wigmore is London’s latest ‘it’ pub.
Design by Martin Brudnizki Design Studio, the concept sees the traditional pub reinvented for today. Inspired by classic country pubs and taverns, The Wigmore’s aesthetic seamlessly blends the traditional with the contemporary with a high gloss green colour palette, pops of red and yellow leather and exquisite fabric panelling. A central bar crafted from timber with blue patterned fabric panelling provides a gathering point for patrons whilst a mixture of table seating and bar stools creates a relaxed atmosphere in which to dine.
Two 'snugs' have been designed with a more residential look in mind, with a mixture of antique and bespoke furniture used to provide comfortable seating that’s perfect for lounging in with friends. A softer colour palette of high gloss blue and coral helps break up the areas whilst accessories of books and found objects provides a lived-in look. The artwork throughout has been created with The Grand Tour and Country Pursuits in mind, feeling as though it has been a collection which has been added to over time.