In splendid Paris it rises Belle Maison, a restaurant with a retro atmosphere made by Emilie Bonaventure. The artist collaborated with the two restaurateur partners, lo chef Franck Baranger and his partner Edouard Bobin. The 120 square meter space boasts a nautical style and refined details recovered from creations of the past. The choice of this mood is linked to the type of cuisine of the Belle Maison restaurant, which offers a menu based exclusively on fish.
There interior decorator Emilie Bonaventure played a very important role in defining the identity of the Belle Maison. Only in this way, that is to say by consistently following the ideas of the restaurant chef, has he been able to create a beautiful, welcoming and refined environment. In a place where fish is the main raw material, intense ones could not be missing brushstrokes of blue, that Bonaventure has created inspired by the tiles designed byItalian architect Gio Ponti. A touch of light comes, however, from small yellow-tinted details, from retro heaters to gas meters.
The style is industrial, among other things very popular in recent years. However, the lamps the choices are spotlights suspended in the void, but there is no lack of round appliques that diffuse a warm yellow light. The milky white ceiling integrates perfectly with the wooden window frames, while the color of the walls, a very dark blue, reminiscent of the abysses, contrasts with the environment. This same color was also used for the low seats with enveloping backs, which go well with the tables in antiqued wood and iron legs, both round and rectangular in shape.
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