If you’re ready to design a kitchen or redoing the one you’ve, but don’t know where to start, we’ve got just the perfect contemporary midcentury kitchen you can get some decor inspirations. Bullion restaurant, designed by Martin Brudnizki Design Studio, was created with three key ideas in mind: firstly, to create an elegant yet casual fine dining restaurant with the ambiance, buzz, and feel of a brasserie. Why not get a few kitchen decor ideas to use?
Enclosed in a unique brass scaled building, Bullion showcases a bespoke lozenge-patterned floor in dark timber and a richly decorated silk rug, the bar and lounge area has a highly decorative aesthetic and is bursting with exceptional detailing in the mid-century furniture, clad in mohair velvet and leather upholstery, bespoke glass and brass wall lights and a statement rose gold leaf ceiling.
A dining room colour scheme of Aurelian blue and gold connects Bullion’s antecedent state, gold, to the restaurant’s design. The bar area is a statement in itself with a high gloss wooden top and woven leather front, perfectly capturing the glamorous mood of the mid-century inspired space.
Moving through to the adjoining restaurant, the eye is yet again drawn to the rose gold leaf ceiling and sprawling lozenge floor whilst a mixture of bespoke seating in modernist and playful shapes provides diners with options in which to socialize.
Thirdly, to offer the contemporary design that harks back to Dallas’ history and the glamour of the mid-century period. This was achieved in designing furniture in modernist and playful shapes and the finishes of the walls, floor, and bar in deep and luxurious materials.