Rustic meets urban design at Bobalicious, a tea bar located in San Diego, Calif. Though the seating area is trimmed in urban decor such as a graffiti wall design and tin ceiling, the service area is given a warm touch with the help of rustic wood paneling.
Tin ceiling tiles and a wall treatment painted by a graffiti artist offer an urban feel to Bobalicious, a tea and juice bar in San Diego, Calif. Red Tolix-inspired dining chairs offer a bright pop of color, playing on the fun vibe.
Warm, rustic wood meets industrial and urban design features in this San Diego tea bar. Just as the eating bar features reclaimed wood on black, iron legs, the accent wall blends a black-and-charcoal graffiti design above wood paneling for continuity in design.
This San Diego tea bar mixes urban style with rustic accents. Bobalicious features a black-and-white accent wall painted by a graffiti artist and warm, rustic wood paneling. Industrial features are introduced with the corrugated tin service counter and red, Tolix-style chairs.
White tufted booth seating offers a foil to both the color and style of the black-and-gray wall treatment painted by a graffiti artist at this San Diego juice bar. Red industrial chairs and a small yellow planter offer fun pops of color.
The family wanted to showcase their personal style and spunk, so designers added statement pieces to the entryway of this home. Unique artwork hangs on the walls of the space, while the floor is adorned with a large, butterfly rug. The dresser in the foyer is an antique English dresser that has been upcycled to include the lyrics of the song, "Imagine," to showcase the family's unique values.
To create a fresh look from the moment one enters the foyer, designers added conversation pieces to add instant appeal. The slender window allows light to flow into the space, while the owl and insect accent pieces draw the eye.
A graffiti wall, mounted animal skull, leather bench and Space Age barber shop chairs bring character to this eclectic home bar. The curved custom bar features a rustic wood base juxtaposed with modern lighting.
Glossy black subway tile and a patterned gray tile floor balance out the bold, colorful graffiti design on the breakfast nook dining furniture. In the great room, faux deer heads painted every shade of the rainbow inject a dose of whimsy and surprise.
The walls at the end of the hallway that leads to the guest bedroom were a great place to add artwork and a seating vignette. The abstract, graffiti style art comes from a local artist designers found at the Santa Monica art fair.
Los Angeles mixed-media artist Sergio Garcia has worked in graffiti, street art and custom paint jobs for motorcycles and cars. He also crafts his quirky miniature bikes and tricycles complete with subtle, surreal details.