Restaurant Design Process. Merging British Classicalism with Modernism

This design works to capture the warmth of traditional British interiors, in an updated modernist manner. The fawn leather on the modern sofa creates a warm contrast to the stone coloured panelled walls and dark wood flooring. A marble raised countertop brings in polish without losing the otherwise very modern quality of the bar area.

 

Polished brass accessories and shelvings lend their luster to the space and radiate a soft warmth. The  ambiance is kept from being too “boys club”  with live orange trees and floating light fixtures.

 

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Expanding .. Again.

Hi all! This week I am thrilled to write that I have extended my rebrand package to include Interior Design. Until now I had kept the two fields separate, but they had a ornery tendency to keep overlapping! The time has come to merge the two and offer the rebrand package and Interior design (hospitality, commercial and residential) as one.

I am in the process of developing a workshop package that will allow me to travel to your location from Montreal for a tête-à-tête on marketing, design and analysis of your brands voice.

Contact me at debbiejehlicka@gmail.com or subscribe on the site for more information!