Specialist LED filament brand, Bright Goods announces the installation of vintage-style LED filament lamps at Ormer Mayfair, the highly acclaimed restaurant by Michelin-starred chef, Shaun Rankin, his first in London. A range of hand-crafted LED filament lamps from the Bright Goods range adorns the restaurant, bar area and private dining rooms creating mood enhancing illumination that complements the stunning Art Deco interior.
Shaun Rankin launched Ormer Mayfair within the luxury boutique hotel, Flemings Mayfair, one of the oldest family-owned hotels in London, following the success of his restaurant in Jersey. Bright Goods LED filament bulbs are integral to the Art Deco, 1930’s inspired interior designed by Tully Filmer. They evoke a traditional British ambience alongside details such as aged oak wood panelling and bold geometric marble flooring. The 85-cover contemporary restaurant follows Rankin’s Jersey theme offering seasonal Jersey produce including fresh lobster, crab, oysters and foraged herbs.
The lighting was key to creating the right atmosphere for this prestigious restaurant. Bright Goods LED filament lamps, including Harry, chrome tipped GLS, Elizabeth clear candles, Josephine GLS, (featuring a crown shaped LED filament) and Emma Pygmy lamps in 2.2K very warm colour temperatures, were chosen to complement the design aesthetics of the inspired interior. The new LED filament lamps are helping to create a warm, cosy glow to the restaurant.
Henrik Muehle, General Manager at Flemings Mayfair said, “We are very impressed with the warm appearance of the lamps and as they are fully dimmable, we are able to create an intimate and relaxed dining experience for our guests.” He continued, “We wanted to create a classic, glamourous look to the interior and the lighting has definitely helped us achieve this.”
Saima Shafi, Marketing Director, Bright Goods added, “Bright Goods LED filament lamps are designed to replicate traditional bulbs, providing a classic, timeless feel with a touch of the modern, complementing the design and atmosphere they have created at Ormer.”