Juniper Wilmslow & Hale Projects
Privately owned Small chain of sophisticated Artisan Brasseries .
Juniper is a collection of artisan brasseries, serving and internationally inspired menu of fine food and beverages, together with a focus on attentive customer service to create a high quality dining experience.
The owners of these caf wanted a to create a brand with a signature look all of its own. They tasked James Gray Bespoke with creating a high end feel to enhance their customers dining experience. Originally we started in Hale with two shops; we knocked them into one space keeping some of the original brick work in parts and used traditional finishes such as raised and fielded panel walls and Herringbone floor and tiles. This was complimented with simple furnishings made from luxury fabrics in strong bold colours and stunning local photography by a local Artist.
We then used the same feel and identity that we had created for the Hale project to develop and look and feel for the Wilmslow branch which became the flagship for Juniper. Here we added a bespoke design floral ceiling to give the space and new fresh and current design which we then revisited parts of the Hale project to bring the two schemes together as the floral ceiling really became the focal point of the Wilmslow project and was loved by so many of its customers.
The Stylish furnishings and the innovative use of form and colour meet the challenge and has been warmly welcomed by the local residents. The projects needed to present that high end cafe life feel but with a warmth and welcome that the local community can embrace.
Here what people are saying about juniper here...
"Juniper have truly raised the bar with this space. Their interiors are stunning! Trés trés Chic! From marble tabletops and copper accents to the most majestic and beautiful flower installation on their ceiling. It’s truly a feast for the eyes (and the gram). As we sat waiting for our food, we could literally hear how impressed the other guests were. Their symphony of ooo-ing and ahh-ing carried across the terrace to my rumbling stomach." Read More........