Juice Bar Features Urban-Meets-Traditional Decor in Black and White
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.
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.
A bright yellow backplash pops off the sleek white cabinets in this interior design studio kitchenette. Pale wood floors add to the lightness of the space, while a water dispenser, microwave and bar area make the space functional for work.
Asian Restaurant Features Tree-Inspired Dining Room
Glowing tree canopies above the dining space create a sense of both intimacy and relaxation throughout the restaurant. The mounted tree branches coordinate beautifully with the walls, which are lined with alternating white birch and yellow pine trees.
Southwestern-Inspired Restaurant With Panoramic Views
The Conservatory Room at The Country Club at DC Ranch is an elegant, formal dining area with panoramic windows offering beautiful views of the Arizona desert. Weathered wood beams and flooring set the tone for a warm, welcoming dining experience, while upholstered chairs bring in a touch of the southwest.
Midcentury Modern Meets Country in Carefully Styled Sitting Area
Midcentury modern and country styles effortlessly blend in this lovely sitting area. White paneled walls and a rural painting create a country vibe, while carefully chosen furnishings play up a sleeker, trendier look.
The reception area of the Hainsworth & Co Salon is filled with soft, Bohemian details such as the gold chair, green hanging plants, and a reminder that looking beautiful on the outside isn't all that matters.
Macallans Public House With Booths and High Top Tables
A husband and wife team with a love for whiskey and the finer things in life teamed up with Design Firm to create a vibrant yet rustic environment perfect for the rough and tumble cowboy, but refined enough for a diva.
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.
Industrial Conference Room at Pereira & O'Dell San Francisco
In this conference room, designers have highlighted the industrial design of this building by adding metal shelving and lighting and a modern table. Personality and warmth are added to this space by the collection of classic toys and records on the shelves.
View of Bar From Main Dining Area in Il Corso Restaurant
Colorful bottles of liquor decorate the glass shelves of Il Corso's bar, which is visible in the main dining area. Reclaimed wood floors, ceiling and exposed ductwork lend an edge to the modernized design.
Apothecary Super Graphic Allows Light Into Pharmacy
The Apothecary includes a full-service retail pharmacy with products displayed on the steel, aluminum, and poplar wood super-graphic shelf that runs the full height and length of the glass storefront. The super-graphic combines the pharmacy's needs for clear and bold branding as well as ease of access to the products on display while allowing the daylight to filter through the entire space. The super-graphic manages direct southern light, adequately and naturally lighting the pharmacy interior while protecting sensitive items on the shelves. Materiality and form are carefully composed to create an uplifting and efficient workplace for daily pharmacy functions that are transparent to customers.