This stylish restaurant features wood-look tile floors underfoot and geometric trellis installations overhead for an interesting juxtaposition of styles. The floors lend a lived-in warmth to the space, while the ceiling adds a punch of modernity.
Open floor next to the shuffleboard set up shows off the cobblestone look and red-brown coloring of the floor. A trio of black and white photography with large white space gives a modern look to decorate the wall. A black ceiling adds texture and creates a shadow finish perfect for an entertainment room.
Rustic brick walls are paired with an earthy color palette for this modern industrial wine bar in Houston, Tex. A concrete ledge sits opposite contemporary black chairs and low tables for conversation, and a long dining table is surrounded by sleek wooden chairs.
Stained concrete grounds the front lounge of Houston's Beckrew Wine House. A leather sofa is paired with suede chairs and a cool geometric coffee table and oversized chandelier. Custom wine cabinets house bottles and help frame the intimate seating area.
Four ropes support this hanging bed for a cozy and spacious porch swing. The open sides of the swing match the spacious, open look of the porch. A painted blue ceiling adds soft color and brings the blue sky to the covered porch. The concrete porch floor steps out onto an uncovered patio complete with wood chairs for seating.
Gindesigns transformed a previous wine bar into the Beckrew Wine House, in Houston’s Upper Kirby District. Clad in sophisticated quartzite, the bar is lengthened and faces a rustic white brick accent wall with open shelving. The facade of the bar features a mosaic of hexagon tiles and large geometric chandeliers by Adamlamp highlight seating areas.
Built in upper cabinetry provides additional storage over the bottle display and L-shaped countertop of this bar. Green bar chairs line both sides of the bar for maximum seating capacity. Hardwood floors and a painted brick accent wall keep the color scheme light and fitted for the dim atmosphere of the room.
This casual restaurant features a convenient waiting area with a row of barstools. A short wall with a rustic wood ledge ensures the waiting area can double as a dining area as well.
An oversized geometric chandelier hangs above the the circular extension on the quartzite bar, creating an intimate dining spot in Houston's Beckrew Wine House. The facade of the bar is a mosaic of hexagon tiles, while the backdrop to the space contrasts against the contemporary with a rustic brick accent wall.
Penny tiles are used behind the stained concrete bar to create a cool backsplash display with the alphabet. Rows of wine glass racks flank each side for the bartender's handy access. Black leather barstools pull up to the bar, which also features a sleek penny tile facade.
Geometric trellis installations hang from the ceiling in this restaurant's dining area, creating striking interest and movement in this crisp white space. Simple tables and clean-lined chairs keep the room from looking busy.