Best Bars and restaurants are the ones that we choose to start and end a perfect night. The most incredible way to do it, it’s at the most luxurious places. It’s also where amazing accessories are displayed everywhere, to improve your experience. Today, Wall Mirrors shows you some of the best projects, by top interior designers.
1. Greg Natale
Greg Natale went for a classical statement in this project. Here, that concept sits on nautical colors, along with the oversized furniture. When it comes to accessories, the interior designer opted for equal and geometric standard wall mirrors, to maintain the average tradition at these best bars and restaurants.
2. Kelly Hoppen
Kelly Hoppen used an eccentric concept for this project, as you can see on all the colors displayed throughout the space, such as the floors and furniture. For the wow factor of these best bars and restaurants, the interior designer had a massive mirrored column, that is displayed on a color that matches perfectly with all the other items.
This project has a neutral tone of colors at this space, with a mix of a Mid-Century touch behind it. To complete this 50’s look on the best bars and restaurants, Philippe Starck used a whole wall, and gave it a massive accessory touch. The wall features two geometric mirrors on each side, one in the middle. In between, he applied irregular shaped mirrors, that are an absolute game changer.
The spectrum of the blue color is very well distributed in this project. Jean Louis Deniot balances the classical concept with some Mid-Century furniture. The mirrored walls complete exquisitely this restaurant, transforming the space into something broader, as the best bars and restaurants deserve.
Kelly Wearstler is one of the most incredible interior designers in this industry, and her work reflects on that statement. In this project, she opted for a Mid-Century and traditional concept. The Mid-Century vibe is palpable through these geometric shaped mirrors.
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