Café Royal Tapas Bar and Wine Library by Style Engineers Perth – Australia

May 31st, 2012 by retail design blog

Café Royal was designed as an ‘Industrial Chic’ tapas and wine library concept. The use of industrial finishes and an elegant lighting solution were the overarching concepts here. Timber cladding and feature rusted tiles were installed in the bar area to promote the feeling of warm and inviting space. The use of the rich gold palette was complimented by the harsher concrete finishes. This design needed to compliment itself.

Café Royal aims to become firmly established as a favourite place for people who value great food, coffee and atmosphere in glam yet industrial surroundings. Beautiful timber slab tables finish the bar end beautifully and enrich the ‘shared’ dining experience.

Interior Design : Style Engineers
Photography : Aleza Newman Photography

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