When owners Brian McGrory, Mary Wan, and Donal Brophy designed the interiors of Highlands, their new gastropub in the West Village, they called on contemporary Scottish designers such as Timorous Beasties, Anta, and Glasgow-born painter Gerald Burns to create a modern hunting lodge ambience. According to McGrory, "We are all Scottish owned, the chefs are Scottish, there's a real sense of authenticity in Highlands. Recreate the look with the elements shown below.
Above: Large English Pheasant Wallpaper; £123 per roll directly from Timorous Beasties.
Above: The Kensington Leather Sofa is based on the classic Chesterfield sofa by Timothy Oulton and is upholstered in distressed vintage cigar leather with hand-hammered brass studs and down-blend cushions; $3,995 at Restoration Hardware.
Above: The Acorn Lantern is handmade in Berkeley, CA, by architect-owned Metro Lighting & Crafts and is made of solid brass (available in several finishes) with a choice of glass shades; $540.
Above: Papa Stour, an online purveyor of Scotish crafts and decorative items, collects and sells Scottish Antlers "from the majestic red deer that roam the highlands of Scotland; if we didn't retrieve these antlers, they would go to landfill." The Scottish Antlers are £94 each.
Above: Edinburgh-based, family-owned Anta sells updated tartan patterns in wool or linen; prices start at £54 per meter. At Highlands, the chairs are upholstered in the Moniak pattern.
Above: The owners of Highlands propped a vintage mantel against a brick wall; try architectural salvage shops such as Architectural Antiques for similar pieces.