Classy Contemporary Wahlburgers Bar with White Backsplash
The celebrity owned restaurant, Wahlburgers boasts a fully stocked, contemporary bar with a 6 flat screens making it the perfect to watch the game with a tasty burger and a drink. A white, brick tile backsplash brightens up the space that features a hardwood ceiling, walls, and countertop.
Contemporary Restroom Features Patterned Artisan Tile
The same patterned artisan tile used throughout the restaurant is used in the restroom, creating a harmonious sense of cohesion and flow. Geometric sconces play off the geometric tiles, and wood-look tile adds a splash of warmth to the space.
This stylish restaurant features wood-look tile floors underfoot and geometric trellis installations overhead for an interesting juxtaposition of styles. The floors lend a lived-in warmth to the space, while the ceiling adds a punch of modernity.
Contemporary Public Bar With White Subway Tile Wall, Black Subway Tile Bar With Wood Countertop and Tall Wood Barstools
Black subway tile on the bar wall correlates with the white subway tile walls in this public bar. Tall barstools with neutral leather set cushions reach up to the wood countertop adding a beautiful texture agains the subway tile. A large skylight lets natural light fall into the room while a trio of pendant lights bring a warm glow above the bar.
Graphic Patterns in Gray and White Contemporary Office
Flourishing indoor plants bring a lively pop of green into this contemporary gray and white office space. Graphic gray and white wall paper and geometric patterned pillows add layers of visual interest without overpowering the space.
ChiLantro began as a food truck concept in Austin, Texas. The design concept for the new brick & mortar is all about good food and thought provoking "inspired" conversation.
Keeping the finishes a bit raw, like their journey on the open road in a truck, Kim Lewis Designs used birch plywood, studs, raw steel, white subway tile and orange colored cord pendants to create a simple, yet colorful space. The design is as casual and authentic as the food served.
Keeping with the aviation theme, this corner of the dining area features a large framed picture of an airplane, and a rounded window above one of the booths resembles an airplane window. Industrial-style chandeliers suspend above the bold orange booths.
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.
Contemporary Restaurant Dining Room with Long Bar, Wood Beams and Subway Tiles
This expansive bar in a restaurant dining room is bright and cheery due to the large, light-colored wood beams and multitude of glass pendant lights hanging over head. White subway tiles also lighten up the space, and add a fun element that references an older style with a modern twist.
Layers of Texture in Cozy Contemporary Seating Area
Light gray and white, contemporary toile pattern adds pretty and subtle visual interest to this neutral seating area. Eye-catching surfaces from the funky, metal artwork on the wall to the soft, faux fur pillows add layers of texture.
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.