In honor of The Cinnamon Club's 15th anniversary, B3 Designers gave the entire eatery a makeover. The restaurant was re-opened last month with an upgraded design scheme that combined the traditional English library setting with the eatery's Indian cuisine.
The Cinnamon Club is located in London, England and now resides in the building that used to house the Westminster Library. In an act to preserve the building's historical values, the award-winning designers combined the two elements. The eatery features rich blue booth seating lining the entire perimeter of book-storing shelves.
Each table is elegantly dressed with a simple white tablecloth. The rooms are accented with refurbished wooden features on the walls, floors and ceilings. Thanks to open skylights and over-sized chandeliers, the space is lit with ample natural and organic lighting.
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