restaurant progress

So I lied.  I can’t stay away.

We are so happy with how the restaurant is pulling together.  Next time you’re near 30A in Florida please stop by.  The doors are almost open!

The cabinetry in the bar is cream and antique brass pulls are installed:

 

The glass shelves aren’t in, but the industrial piping & reclaimed wood tops are.

 

The bar’s countertop is white glass and the floor (tile!) is a dead-ringer for hardwoods with some patina.  My favorite, though, is the kitchen door with the restaurant’s only color, some BM Wedgewood Gray…

 

The glass window will have a “K” in relief.

 

 

The table tops were hand-crafted by Brian Preston and his team of carpenters.  If you haven’t heard of LamonLuther, please click over and watch the video about this awesome ministry.

 

 

Our clients’ fave is the banquette section.  Panels are in the plan for this space, too.  It’s 8 ft tall and boasts polished nickel swing-arm sconces.  We are happy indeed.

 

 

 

We were thrilled to work with architect Braulio Casas (his work is also featured & on the cover of Coastal Living Magazine this month!).  Hopefully it won’t be the last time we work with him…

 

 

 

This wall will be adorned with this very soon…

 

 

A collage of vintage ocean paintings will go here:

 

 

And here’s the bathroom!  (this place used to be a Starbucks, by the way)

 

(the pipe won’t be white–the health inspector has to check it first)

 

We had to sneak in a little more brass.

 

 

No, that’s not a wedding reception; that’s all of the white outdoor chairs ready to take their place on the patio.

 

barstools & more lucite chairs…

 

It is crazy to see the plans come to life:

 

 

Merry Christmas y’all,

Julie

 

 

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Comments

  1. Stunning! We vacation at Rosemary every summer and I’m DYING to dine at the restaurant you designed. You guys are amazing. Have a great Christmas!

  2. The restaurant looks fabulous…y’all are doing such a great job! I have to be honest…I squealed a little when I saw you had posted. I was so afraid you were totally calling it quits on the blog. I completely get having to step away, but I sure hope you’ll pop back in every now and again…I’m such a fan!;)

  3. Oh boy was I happy to see “milk and honey” in my in box tonight. Merry Christmas lover! The place is smashing. Can’t wait to chow there.

    xo

  4. It’s looking so good! I love that banquet! I can’t wait to see when it’s all done.

  5. So glad to see a blog post from you! Love your design so much and your fun posts. The restaurant looks amazing!!

  6. Thanks for the update Julie! So wish it was going to be open while I was there:(

  7. Glad you’re back :) The restaurant is looking amazing!

  8. Christmas came early with this blog post! It is going to be delightful when it’s all done… heck, it’s delightful already. Inspiring, as always!

  9. This looks so fabulous. Love the tufted wall. Beachy and Fresh!
    Happy holidays!

  10. Glad you’re back! Love those ocean paintings!

  11. Sooo so happy you’re back! Love how the restaurant is coming along!

  12. Glad you can’t stay away! All the details are just wonderful! Have a blessed and joyful Christmas.

  13. So glad you couldn’t stay away!!! Love every bit of it. Great great job!!! Merry Christmas!

  14. Love the restaurant! We live down in Watercolor and can’t wait until it opens! Just wondering if you can say… What are those hardwood floor tiles? They look amazing! Thanks!

  15. So great to see the restaurant progress – I was wondering how that was going. Thanks for the update!

  16. Where did you get that tile? What’s the name/style? LOVE IT!

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