Tolstiy&Tonkiy restaurant by Yodezeen, Kiev – Ukraine

October 21st, 2016 by retail design blog

Interior of can often predetermine whether the restaurant is about to become successful or not. While working on this project we aimed to make it attractive not only at the current period of time, but let it be in trend no matter what it appears to be. That’s why we have concentrated on such fundamental things like furniture, lighting fixtures, finishing materials, instead of adding a ridiculous amount of decorative stuff to the interior.

Incredible vertical garden wall brought life to the interior while printed on curtains and wooden bars 17&18th century paintings have defined a high level of aristocracy of the interior.

Designed by Yodezeen
Photography by Andrii Shurpenkov

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