6 restaurant interior design trends you need to know about for 2019
Super sustainable seating for public interiors. Check out Archiproducts for more.
Salle restaurant bar Hôtel National des Arts et Métiers Paris (from Laure Vancoppenolle, on Pinterest)
We just love the turn of the year and the change in taste that comes with it.
From emerging restaurant design concepts like upholstered, textured walls, to use of brighter color and natural materials, this post has everything you need to get ready for the coming months.
Restaurant design trending towards multi-functional, compact furniture
A lamp containing a self-sustaining ecosystem. Find out more over at Ignant.com.
Bar Botanique, in Amsterdam.
Eco-friendly: the motto of 2019 interior design trends
The urban jungle of décor is still growing
Copper-coloured padded backboards from MataDesign.
Navy blue upholstered restaurant booth, from our 2016 collection 'Palazzo Reale.'
Colour palettes are bright and saturated with natural daylight, evoking the feeling of the great outdoors in a world that increasingly seems to be lived in cities.
We’ve seen every permutation of this trend, from tropical twists to a more down-to-earth approach.
Designing for high-traffic spaces
Nightwatch, PPG's trending colour for 2019 interior design.
Orange upholstered couch, and multiple layers of fabric. From our 'Grand' collection
Upholstered restaurant booths not only look so cozy (Hygge is still with us) and add interesting texture to a space, they also provide much-needed sound absorption.
Nobody wants to eat in a space with the same acoustics as an indoor swimming pool.