Some of the best places to find inspiration for design are in commercial spaces, like hotels, shops, and restaurants. Designers are able to bring to life some of their most thematic, innovative ideas in these spaces. If you want to do something dramatic and interesting in your home, there is an abundance of ideas out there waiting to be found in commercial spaces.
Figo is a perfect example of this. This restaurant in Toronto embraced the opportunity to do something special with their design. The interior of the restaurant is as memorable as the food to create a complete experience. The palette is almost monochromatic with white, soft neutrals, and light pink. Textures like wood, glass, and various textiles create an environment that is streamlined yet bursting with character.
The bar area has a lot of motion to it thanks to the beautiful curved lines.
The pendant lights hanging over the tables vary slightly for an intriguing effect.
The metallic fabric on the booths brings an art deco touch to the restaurant.
Outside, white and green pop for a minimalist though natural vibe.
Incredible tile work encompasses the open kitchen.
More shapes and textures are on display along with the wine on this accent wall.
How captivating is the mural on the ceiling? Definitely a “wow” factor!
The pink in the restaurant is subtle but refreshing.
The design captures the essence of a vintage diner with an elegant, glamorous twist.
Always be on the lookout for inspiration in unexpected places.