Pink Mamma is a charming and lovely restaurant-bar in the heart of Paris designed by Martin Brudnizki Design Studio. The top interior designer created a unique space, a fresh approach with breezy and cool interiors.
With its striking pink tiled façade, the modern restaurant offers all-day dining in a relaxed and lively way. Green planting on each level draws the eye up to the garden rooftop which provides views across the city whilst a floor to ceiling glazed panel creates a peep-hole view of what to expect within.
Each space interior design has its own identity with a unique decor style and modern furniture which reflects the offering available. The ground floor bar showcases a striking brass and mirror bar with yellow and green color accents and a bespoke wallpaper. Vibrant tiling and rustic timber paneling offset the glamorous central bar and cozy seating provides the perfect spot to relax.
The first floor is theatrical in its design with a robata grill on display, encouraging diners to watched whilst the chefs work. Pink and green tiling prevails and verdant planting lends a pastoral touch. The second-floor bar has a relaxed, family vibe with large communal seating and dining options, hanging meats and produce and a distinctive rustic timber and white marble bar.
For evening entertainment guests can head down into the basement bar and explore the seductive pink speakeasy. Adorned with pink mohair velvet walls, a fiery red marble bar and laboratory bottles used as lighting, the bar club offers a glamorous spot for those seeking late night revelry.
Source: Martin Brudnizki Design Studio