Jeremiah Grant

Location:
Portlaoise

​ Jeremiah Grant Bar and Eatery in Portlaoise reflects elements of the story behind the infamous highway man that the establishment is named after.  We didn’t want it to be a themed bar in any sense, but with such an interesting back story we wanted to reflect this in finishes and materials selected.

Our first goal was to bring some age back into the interior of the building with the addition of brick slips and speciality wall finishing, creating a textured backdrop .

Wall units made from distressed timber,  metal mesh backs and glazed doors with the addition of vintage locks, create the perfect display for a collection of unique antiques that reflect Jeremiah’s colourful history.

Salvaged timber and steel were used

throughout the bar, tables and room dividers. In order to break up the rustic materials, modern touches such as opal perspex, linear tiles and neon were used to bring a contemporary feel to the space. Overall Jeremiah's has the atmosphere of a rich traditional bar but with a modern twist.

← Previous project
Instil

Get Started

Every project starts with a conversation

We’d love to chat with you about your project

info@terrydesign.co.uk