All existing framing lumber was salvaged and used to accent the bookshelves, product display shelves, cafe bar, point of sale, bakery case and overhead storage. The warm wood pops against the cafe's crisp white walls.
Restaurant Dining Room with Wood Ceilings, Walls and Furniture
The interior of this rustic restaurant is completely clad in different types and shapes of wood planks; the most unique being a woven and wavy accent wall behind the built-in booths. All brown tones in the room create a cozy setting perfect for enjoying a delicious meal.
Restaurant Kitchen and Dining Room with Subway Tiles and Wood Ceiling
An exposed kitchen creates a lively environment in this restaurant kitchen that's both rustic and modern. Subway tiles, ceramic tiles and chrome pendant lamps feel contemporary, while wood ceilings, exposed ductwork and wood furniture echo a homestyle design scheme. The vintage-style restaurant sign add the room's pop of color: a vibrant red.
A vintage-style fireplace with a recycled brick surround centers this restaurant while providing separation between the main dining area and bar. The fireplace works beautifully with the restaurant's urban chic design.
Rustic Wood Meets Industrial, Urban Design Features in Tea Bar
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.
Outdoor Gathering Area at Public Market Featuring Terraced Landscaping
Terraced stone planters add architectural interest to this outdoor gathering area at a public market in Malibu, Calif. Sliding barn doors and industrial lighting add to the rustic feel of this inviting space.
This 1920s house-turned-restaurant uses its bright red-orange canopy with an aluminum goat silhouette to attract visitors inside. The building's original stone exterior was restored, giving the restaurant authentic charm.
Rustic Paneling Offers Contrast to Urban Design at Tea Bar
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.
The first decision was to choose to remodel the existing structure rather than tear it down. It was important to preserve the character and focus on the sustainable opportunities and inherent embodied energy. As much lumber as possible was salvaged and used throughout the space, such as here at the barista bar.
Restaurant Bar Features Leather-Upholstered Barstools
Materials like old wood and leather help tell the design story of this Mexican restaurant, which was inspired by the 1942 Bracero Program — an agreement between the U.S. and Mexico that brought migrant workers to the U.S. during World War II. The leather-upholstered barstools that line this rustic wood bar embody the inspiration.
Barn Wood Accent Wall In Rustic Industrial Restaurant
Red hurricane lanterns nod to the city's rich coal mining history, which inspired the theme of this restaurant. An intricate barn wood accent wall utilizes old materials in a fresh, new way for a mesmerizing, textural design element. Red Tolix chairs stand out in the neutral-toned space.
Bobalicious Tea Bar Mixes Urban Style With Rustic Accents
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.