'Sundry and Vice' Features Ancient Artifacts Displayed Throughout the Space

By: Christopher Magsambol - Oct 21, 2015
References: prnid & retaildesignblog.net
Sundry and Vice is an apothecary-themed bar that brings many historical elements into the twenty-first century. The storefront is complete with a variety of antique artifacts that sets a particular mood as soon as you walk in. 19th and 20th century medicine jars and prescription bottles are used as props to reinforce the bar's dark apothecary theme.

The unique storefront sets the tone for the design aesthetic throughout the space. Custom booths are adorned with jade upholstery and walls are decorated with hand-painted Moroccan tile. The dim lighting uses cast-iron street lamps as well as sconces and pendants over the bar. The most interesting design piece used in Sundry and Vice are handwritten prescriptions from the 1920s and 1930s, which are used as wallpaper.