An Asian-fusion establishment in Copenhagen features a subtle color-pop restaurant decor, designed by Danish homeware brand Ferm Living. IBU recently opened its doors in the trendy Vesterbro neighborhood and head-chef Henrik Jyrk commissioned Ferm Living to create a welcoming restaurant decor that actively paid homage to the Asian-inspired cuisine and the chef's Nordic roots.
The result is a modern interior design with a heavy emphasis on grey shades that bring out the subdued peachy nuances in the lamps, pillows and dishware. Ferm Living also painted a select few of the walls for a color-pop effect.
The subdued restaurant decor also makes way for the creative lighting fixtures that are surely the main attraction within the newly designed space.
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