Recent Projects:

Beverly Hills, USA

Gratitude Beverly Hills is the upscale iteration of its iconic sister restaurant, Café Gratitude, offering gourmet plant based cuisine.

The interior design of the 3675 square foot restaurant was overseen by Wendy Haworth Design. The new restaurant’s bow and truss ceilings define the light and bright space that is dotted with light oak tables and fabric covered banquettes. Perfectly stylish patterns can be seen throughout the restaurant with an untraditional chevron floor that runs into handmade Zellig terracotta tiles imported from Morocco, which line the face of the bar.

Two of Mokum's popular fabrics feature in this project - Isola colour Slate on the bar stools and Madura colour Sand on outdoor banquette seating and pillows.

The Fox Bar & Cocktail Club
Nashville - USA

1767 Designs worked alongside the owners of The Fox Bar & Cocktail Club to design and build their new space in East Nashville.

The idea was to create a cozy, laid-back cocktail bar that resembled a speakeasy, only in its Art Deco style, but otherwise maintaining a modern feel and attitude that's unique to Nashville.

The finished product is a darker, moodier take on Art Deco, with low lighting against limewashed black walls, velvet booths and vintage leather chairs flanked by custom bookshelves. Finishing touches include a cut brass wall partition, a 1920s pressed tin ceiling and antique doors pulled from old houses being torn down in Nashville.

Cabaret wallpaper by Catherine Martin by Mokum features in the bar's luxurious powder room.

Hotel Allegro
Chicago - USA

In the heart of Chicago's theatre district, Hotel Allegro has recently undergone a glamorous transformation with the help of Simeone Deary Design Group, Chicago.

This stunning project features Mokum fabric within the public spaces. Limelight Velvet in colour Peacock (pictured) helps transform a quiet meeting space. Limelight Velvet in colour Gold is used in dramatic large-scale drapery in the lobby and reception areas.

Visit the Hotel Allegro and Simeone Deary Design Group websites for more information on this decadent project.

Photography by Michael Mundy.