Maximalism may start to thrive in residential design but for restaurant and hospitality design, we more often still see a lot of mid-century and minimalism design. Today, we are going to tour an over-the-top coffeehouse, from the wallpaper to the trims to the rich jewel colors, we just cannot get enough of it. Under the current pandemic crisis, we believe more is more and more. By touring this And maximalism coffee house, you may be inspired to use some of its decor ideas for your own home.
Founded by hotelier Matt Moinian and interior designer Ken Fulk, who serves as creative director, this coffee house, Felix, offers easygoing yet refined environs to sit back and recharge within urban environment. We love the saturated teal in the entry–dark, moody and romantic with a lot of Art-deco influences.
Teal, navy blue, peach, green and pink, all of these jewel-tone color make us feel life is just so beautiful.
The flower pattern on the wallpaper nicely contrasts with the stripped area rug to create a vintage yet fresh feel.
The peach-colored ottomans are chic yet casual and add a sense of modernity to this coffee house.
The trims at the bottoms of the ottomans bring in a sense of elegance and sophistication to the space. This is a place when you feel you want to dress up a little bit for a night out.
This coffeehouse is just such a dreamy place to have a little get-away time in the city.
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