Top 10 Luxury Restaurants That Are Sure To Inspire The Interiors Of Yours
Walk into a room and it’s the décor that hits you first. The ambiance is created by the light, the furnishing, the interior. Of course, it’s the food calling that brings you to the restaurant, but there are some eateries across the world, where the takeaway is more than just a happy stomach and tingling tastebuds. These restaurants are a feast for your eyes and their jaw-dropping interiors will make you want to go back again and again.
Airplane food will hardly ever feature in any blog talking about great food. But we’re talking about interiors, and the place isn’t an airplane, but the Virgin Atlantic Club Lounge. Overlooking the tarmac, you walk into these glass pods and it will give a sense of being back to the future! It has been designed by Therese Obermoser.
But if you’re someone who takes their food and architecture very seriously then Alain Ducasse Au Plaza Athenee is the place for you. The three Michelin star rated restaurant in Paris has a pronounced sense of design. Chandelier with invisible strings, heavy use of white and orange, this is a visual experience for sure.
Another restaurant with a strong architectural statement is Steirereck in Austria. The restaurant is designed using mostly glass and metal, and while it gives it a futuristic and edgy look, the interiors manage to look cozy. This two Michelin star restaurant is in close proximity to the Wein river and is a curious combination of being close to nature, yet maintaining a steely exterior.
The Coppa Club Coppa Cabanas is another space which will leave you agog with their fun use of floral hues set against steel structures. The colour scheme is fun and light, and the open air space has been decorated with fairy lights, to add a hint of softness to your evening. This has also been designed by Therese Obermoser.
If you want to take the experience of fine dining up by a notch, then the Turandot restaurant in Moscow is the place for you. The dining area has two floors, the ceiling is elaborately detailed and hand painted. So are the chairs and tables. The interior is as luxurious as it can be, with private dining rooms attached as well.
If you like is functional and cozy, then Cosme in New York is the restaurant for you. A mix of Scandinavian design with Mexican features, this Mexican restaurant, while known for its scrumptious bites, has kept the interior functional and classic. You’ll remember this space for making you feel instantly at home.
7. The Cavalier
The Cavalier in San Francisco will leave you spellbound with its quirky additions mixed with a semi-classical style. Taxidermy combined with 12 ft arched windows, and cathedral style lamps will give you a relaxed and unique dining atmosphere. Conversation sure won’t be a problem at this restaurant as everywhere you turn, you’ll notice a new element to discuss.
8. Alléno Paris at Pavillon Ledoyen
Pavillon Ledoyen in Paris is one of the oldest luxury restaurants in the world. Complete with ornate stucco details and silk brocades, the rich décor has been part of the restaurant’s signature look since 1798. Visiting this restaurant will leave you with a sense of wonder and make you feel a part of history in a small way.
9. Le Meurice
Le Meurice in Paris takes extravagance to another level. This two-Michelin starred restaurant is decorated with white and silver, with opulent chandeliers in the ceiling, with ornate paintings on the wall and ceiling. The interiors are inspired by the Salon de la Paix and imposes its majesty with antique mirrors, crystal chandeliers, marbles, bronzes and frescoes.
Le Cinq in Paris combined luxury with a modern setting effortlessly. Gold dominates the setting, oil paintings adorn the walls and there are beautiful exotic flower arrangements to add a touch of softness.
Did any of these interiors inspire you so much that you want to bring in their design philosophy to yours?
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