Ellie’s Table Progress

I’m really enjoying the commercial space projects I’m working on right now, and I wanted to share an update on one of them with you today. Ellie’s Table is a charming local restaurant, near my home town. To serve their loyal, growing customers, they decided to open another location inside a historic house in San Juan Capistrano. The vision for this restaurant design was to create a place that encompasses both old and new and reflects the inviting flavors of their delicious homemade menu items.  Here is a little sneak peek into the progress of this project.

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I’ll start by sharing some renderings for the design. Here is an illustration of the the complete space.

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Cement tiles, marble, wood and brass accents are combined to create a modern foundation with vintage elements.

I love the old world feel of the patterned cement tile. It incorporates the mission style of San Juan Capistrano and the historic location, while brightening the space with pretty blue color.

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The space has layers of texture from painted brick walls to the warmth from leather seating with modern clean lines.

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The dark wood faces of the counters serve as contrast to the white, waterfall marble.
 
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The brass lighting throughout adds shine. It reflects the vision of the design with a mix of modern and vintage styles.
 
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Soon I’ll will be able to reveal the complete design. But for now you can see the vision for this space and how it is coming together. Thank you for checking in today to see it’s progress. To get a similar look see below. Have a wonderful Monday!

Xxo
Becki
 

 

One thought on “Ellie’s Table Progress

  1. Tanja says:

    Dear Becki, that will become a wonderful space! Love your work.
    Would you mind telling me with which 3d and rendering program you work?
    Thanks and have a wonderful day, Tanja

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