Iconic designer Martin Brudnizki recently transformed the quaint interior of Café Boulud into a luxurious and retro-themed eatery. The aesthetics of the interior showcase warm colors, textural fabrics and classic leather furniture.
Café Boulud is located in the Four Seasons Hotel in Toronto, which suits the theme for of this chic and retro cafe. The entire design concept uses retro elements that are placed inside a cohesive and modern setting. Along with the textural and leather fabrics, the designer made use of warm-toned timber and marble to solidify the retro inspiration. The walls are covered in a Hermès wallpaper and massive mirrors. Above the mirrors are ball-shaped lights, which resemble a 1950s-themed Hollywood makeup mirror.
Surprisingly, the retro concept drastically differs from the cafe menu, which is "deeply rooted in French traditions." However, the edgy decor fuses with the menu in a non-traditional, yet pleasing way.
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The Cafe Boulud Recently Turned Into an Aesthetically Chic Retro Eatery
- By: Ady FloydOct 22, 2015