Walking into Dash Kitchen restaurant in Turin, Italy’s, one can feel inspired by this reinterpretation of the ’70s mixed with industrial style, designed by Italian architect, Fabio Fantolino. So take a look at this amazing example on how to use Modern Decor Ideas to create a stunning restaurant.
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Once a printing house that was long abandoned, this space has been restored, coming out looking like the best-refined version of industrial design.
The first thing that catches your eye is a strong sense of order played out in polished cement, shiny chrome, and splashes of muted earthy colors and textures to warm up the industrial elements.
The first lounge area is compartmentalized by a row of polished chrome pipes which form a long delineation “curtain” through this space, separating it into two distinct sections.
To the right, black leather benches run down the far wall as well as wrap around the outer side of the pipe “curtain,” creating intimate dining spots with tables-for-two.
Meanwhile, to the left of the “curtain” facing the steel bar (and its chrome, draft beer taps), more intimate setups are created with groupings of comfortable black leather and brown velvet sofas and low-lying tables made out of wood and polished metal.
The décor and color scheme get deeper and moodier as patrons traverse further inside, through the wide, polished cement and rosso levanto marble passageways and into the second lounge.
In here, intimacy plays a central role, where patrons are invited to get comfortable for dinner and/or drinks on the tufted black leather sofas and velvet armchairs in shades of green and taupe.
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