ONE of North Ayrshire's most popular restaurants has been given a fresh new look.

While The Corner House in Kilwinning have also launched an updated food and cocktail menu to go along side this.

The busy Buzzworks restaurant on Howgate has built up a strong reputation in Kilwinning over the past seven years.

But the owners decided that is was about time that they gave the venue, which also operates as a bar, a new lease of life.

The Corner House has now been revitalised with bold and colourful décor, stunning new furnishings, and an incredible courtyard transformation.

It has also been updated with a stunning fusion of luxury fabrics, unique wallpapers, and striking artwork, much of which is sourced from Scottish artists and recent graduates.

Stewart Adam, general manager at The Corner House, said: "We are thrilled to present the new and improved Corner House to our valued guests and new customers. 

"It’s the perfect place for friends, families, or colleagues to get together and enjoy a few drinks, delicious food, and fantastic service.

“The rebrand and re-style have allowed us to create an elevated and aspirational experience while staying true to our local roots. We are especially proud to feature the work of talented Scottish artists, supporting the community that has been at the heart of our success.

“We are confident that our guests will fall in love with the fresh and inviting ambiance, as we continue to offer exceptional dining, heartfelt hospitality, and a range of delicious food for all the family at our much-loved venue.”

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Designed by Buzzworks’ in-house design team, the Corner House's revamp highlights the company’s commitment to continually improving its offering and giving customers a great place to dine.

Its re-style extends throughout the venue, with meticulous attention to detail. Bespoke curved booths in the restaurant are upholstered in velvets, creating an intimate dining experience.

The courtyard has been lovingly restored with a captivating hand-painted mural, accompanied by layers of plants to create a delightful outdoor feel.

The bar area has also received a refreshing makeover with vibrant colour and captivating patterns, injecting a lively ambiance into the space.

Existing chairs have been skillfully reupholstered with sumptuous velvet, featuring an eye-catching abstract pattern on the backrests.

Meanwhile, its private dining room features an abstract, tropical-inspired print on the ceiling, and woven grass textures in the background lend a touch of exotic elegance.

Sustainable practices, such as upcycling vintage details and incorporating salvaged materials, are showcased throughout the venue.

Stewart continued: “With sustainability becoming ever more important to us and our customers, it is increasingly informing our design decisions.

"This has resulted in us reusing, up cycling and incorporating salvaged and vintage elements such as our salvaged bronze handles from an Art Deco bank in Glasgow, reupholstered existing chairs with new fabrics, and painting our bar front with a warm pop of burnt orange.

“In addition, our culinary team has launched a vibrant new food and cocktail menu, featuring an array of delicious dishes inspired by the flavours of the season, and we can't wait for everyone to try them.

“Whether you're stopping by for a quick lunch, a well-earned cocktail or a leisurely dinner with the full family, we invite you to come and enjoy the warm weather with us while savouring our new menu offerings."