The Compton Cross cocktail bar in London’s Soho district was formerly Molly Moggs, a legendary pub and cabaret venue which recently closed.
New owners, The Marmalade Pub Company wanted to retain the character of the original pub while developing it into a more stylish and contempory cocktail bar.
Specialist contractor T6 used Interior Film, an architectural film manufactured by LG Hausys and supplied in the UK by David Clouting, to ‘wrap’ around PVC board which had been cut into strips and used to frame the mirrored areas which featured throughout the bar and seating areas.
Interior Film’s flexibility ensured that even the rebated edges of the PVC frames did not present a problem, creating a seamless smooth finish.
This unique self-adhesive film is quick to install and can be applied to almost any interior surface including: wood, metals, plasterboard, plastics and even melamine.
Easy to clean and maintain, Interior Film is hardwearing and remains stable if exposed to heat, humidity or low temperatures. It has also passed robust bleach tests when used in hospital applications.
Available in a wide range of designs and finishes, Interior Film which has a CE and IMO classification can be viewed on the BIMSTORE website.
The use of Interior Film on projects like the refurbishment of the Compton Cross cocktail bar demonstrates its versatility for use in a wide range of applications and illustrates why David Clouting are seeing an increasing demand from specialist contractors, shop fitters and interior designers who are looking for cost effective solutions and innovative finishes for their refurbishment projects.