Below the door handles to Cevicheria, there are fish stamped into the door, while above the handle, birds are flying. This helps to create the beach ambiance that is carried inside the restaurant. However, the stamps in the metal create intrigue for passersby when they glance in and see an octopus suspended from the ceiling, making the doors more than just a pretty decoration.
Eclectic Conference Room at Pereira & O'Dell San Francisco
This eclectic conference room is sure to get the creative juices flowing. A set of padded red doors adds a pop of color to the space, while canned lighting and sconces all around the room provide light. The industrial feel of the building is carried into this room with the metal and concrete conference table and metal rolling chairs, while the faux library wallpaper and photography of San Francisco adds an artistic feel to the space. A large whiteboard spans the length of the back wall so that advertisers can explain and flesh out their ideas in this space.
The street view was an important component for the owner of this boutique. West 5th Street is a busy street in Austin and it was important for her to have mannequins displayed in pop out windows with open views into the store.
A geometric patterned area rug pops against the crisp white walls in this stylish leasing office. White built-in cabinets provide subtle storage space, and a wood desk adds a punch of warmth and earthiness to the room.
White Transitional Hotel Room With Colorful Artwork
Nantucket's 21 Broad Hotel features a crisp white palette throughout that evokes a coastal feel. This hotel room incorporates colorful artwork and accessories like a throw pillow and vase for a warm, bright ambiance.
Modern White Conference Room with Bold Geometric Shapes
This bright white conference room features sleek, polished surfaces and geometric shapes for a stylish, modern look. An organized shelf display boasts an array of shapes and bright pops of color adds interest to the monochromatic space. Thriving green plants bring a natural element into the space.
Hanging gray light fixtures hang above small round tables in this sleek and contemporary, public dining area. Adorable little plants decorate each table for a small pop of color in this gray and white space while natural light pours in through large windows.
Previously a printing house, the two-story building was transformed by PHX Architecture for the Scottsdale Area Association of REALTORS® by reorienting the entrance and creating a stunning glass-enclosed atrium.
Serpentine Banquettes and Plush Furniture Give Dining Room a Lounge Feel
Owners of the Sacred Pepper wanted their main dining room to feel like a lounge, while still remaining elegant, so designers added serpentine banquettes to line the dining room and tables and chairs covered with rich, plush furniture in the center of the space. The luxuriousness of the materials in the space make this restaurant the perfect place to come when you want to enjoy a long meal with good friends.
Light and Bright Office With Blue Sofa and Brown Leather Armchairs
Natural light illuminates this office with a pair of brass drum tables positioned between a blue sofa and two brown leather armchairs. A blue patterned carpet lines the floor, while a stylish floor lamp is positioned between two windows.
Vintage hand tools are assembled into an artful display on the second floor of this Mexican restaurant near the exposed kitchen. The restaurant's design is a sophisticated nod to the burgeoning farm-to-table movement in Tijuana, Mexico.