Hill Cross Supplies Tortilla, London

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    Working alongside award winning interior design firm, Design LSM, Hill Cross Furniture are proud to have supplied for Tortilla Mexican Grill, London. Tortilla is the largest fast-casual Mexican restaurant group in the UK. Their brand new venue joins eight other locations around London which offer authentic Californian-Mexican burritos and tacos.

    The CO2 range was used throughout the spacious ground floor which features industrial style exposed brick work. The solid beech CO2 Bar Stool and Side Chair were finished in a black lacquer, these were contrasted with a selection of the CO2 Side Chairs finished in a striking Teal colour.

    Square, character oak table tops were used throughout the ground and first floor of the venue. A small selection of which were fixed to a ground floor wall, with a scaffold style leg and a secure wall bracket. The loose square table tops were coupled with the Lexis Square D1 Table Base in a black finish, wonderfully contrasting the light oak.

    Alongside the tables to the first floor, the Nature Side Chair was supplied. These contemporary side chairs featured a wood finish with sprayed legs in a variety of vibrant red and orange, with a selection featuring a fitted skid base.

    Continuing the industrial theme, four bespoke tables were designed for the first floor. The table bases featured a tapered A-frame with scaffold style legs and irregular stretchers. The bases were distressed to create an industrial look and were completed with thick table tops in a white finish. The Exmoor picnic table was also supplied for the first floor, the table featured a bright yellow frame with a porcelain laminate seat and top.

    Hill Cross also supplied a range of outdoor furniture for the venue. White Werzalit Round Table Tops were coupled with the Clara 4 Leg D1 table Base, finished in aluminium. The ultra modern 3D Colour Side Chair accompanied the tables, featuring a white inner shell. The outer shell, legs and edging were then finished in either red or a funky lime green colour.

    Daniel Fountain / 30.11.2012

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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