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Neigborhood Friendly Homey Turkish Restaurant

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The goal of this project is too keep as many existing elements as possible while enhancing and polishing the personality of the space. Located in the vibrant Potrero Hill neighborhood of San Francisco, the design concept is a neighborhood friendly, homey, rustic, Turkish restaurant. To help anchor and bring balance to the space, the designer selected two enormous antique wood chandeliers to bring in some character. The roll of arches on the east wall is dressed up in style with Turkish pattern wall paper. The same pattern wall paper is being used to frame up the owner’s existing artwork, making them more substantial and architectural. The walls are painted in warmer mustard and olive beige colors in order to create that cozy, wine drinking atmosphere. Rustic wood pattern laminate floor is also another nice addition to this quick and easy restaurant remodeling project.
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