Restaurant Dining Room and Kitchen with Subway Tiles, Long Wood Tables and Dining Bars
Communal tables and bar tables with stools -- different types of seating areas -- create a space that's nuanced and interesting. The open kitchen clad in white subway tiles feels like a diner; the antique-style restaurant sign is a fun, antique element in the space. The resulting feel is both homey and modern.
Contemporary White Conference Room with Orb Lights
A group of neutral toned, orb pendant lights create beautiful lighting above a sleek, wood table in this contemporary conference room. Minimal furnishings keep this space open and free of distractions.
We are loving this contemporary office design by Jeff Pelletier! Large windows fill the space with natural light, while metal pendant lights, sconces and bright yellow lamps provide additional light when needed. To keep things organized, there's a row of filing cabinets as well as tall cabinets to store anything you might need for the office.
Bright and Colorful Patterns in Contemporary Office
Bright colors and bold patterns inspire creativity in this white, contemporary office. A ping pong table offers a fun spot to take a break and a large chalkboard wall allows for collaborative ideas to flow freely.
Contemporary Industrial Stone Dining Room at IL Corso Restaurant
The main dining area at Il Corso in Palm Desert, Calif., is very accommodating for small and large parties alike. We just love the rugged stone walls, reclaimed wood flooring, exposed ductwork and beam ceiling.
The owner wanted to incorporate her own art into her overall theme throughout Found boutique. Her unique style is represented through the watercolor art and fabulous geometric wallpaper. She also wanted to incorporate her love of pattern and gold, so she used a Lucite and brass bench that has a faux serpent fabric.
A pre-existing bench that was reupholstered with a shimmering black fabric with coordinating cording was used as a comfortable sitting area in this boutique. The pillow fabric was also used as a wallpaper application in the dressing room and behind the cashier counter.
There's ample seating at the bar area to enjoy a few cocktails and even dinner. A tufted, leather banquette built into the wall pairs with square wooden tables and red leather barstools to offer a casual place to enjoy food and drinks.
Architect Jeff Pelletier was able to utilize more than 60 percent of the original structure for building reuse, including the wood mantel, which adds warmth and character to the overall space. The design takes advantage of the high ceilings with shelves that climb the wall, providing extra storage for back-stock books.