La Palma an Italian restaurant on Dundas St. West has a really cool vibe to the place. A fresh and playful style to the restaurant and full of natural light. I love the way the walls have been decorated, at first I thought it was wallpaper. But its actually a mural done by a local artist Madison Van Rijn. A cross between an abstract and graffiti style, loose green ribboned brush strokes with strings of neon pink and black drips dotting the walls.
The look for La Palma is California inspired a very relaxed but unique design. To me it reminds me more of the Miami scene with a celebration of the arts which Miami is so well known for. Still a beachy look though! The theme of green runs through out the restaurant. From the durable floor to the stools, down to the greenery of the cacti plants sitting on the bars.
The booth seating is a retro leather, a 70’s look in a sandy beige colour. White marble tables separate the booth seating from the mid century chairs. With brass accents complimenting the green leather stools and framing the bar area.
What do you think of the design for La Palma? Let me know in the comments or send me an email! I’ve added in my own interpretation of the look for the home in the post which contains affiliate links. Thanks for reading!
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