Paris Design Shows have presented us with the turmeric color, that conquered everything from makeup to hotel interior design. This is the color that you must incorporate into your restaurant interior design!
The Rectory Lounge of New Orleans’s Hôtel Peter & Paul, an 1860s church turned boutique inn debuted by design studio ASH NYC last fall, is a sight to be seen. But the communal retreat, outfitted in custom gingham fabrics and 18th- and 19th-century European antiques, becomes ever more enchanting come checkout time, when the amber of the early afternoon sun hits the lounge’s monochromatic turmeric palette.
Maison & Object designer of the year honoree Sebastian Herkner flaunted turmeric’s powdery richness with his Marrakech-inspired architectural tiles for Kaufmann Keramik.
For harder-working spaces, SABA Tile Company’s Hex 3 in Honey & Snow brings a muted turmeric color palette to the durability of cement tile.
The trending shade boasts notes of warmth and bitterness; it can be invitingly playful in small doses, yet is rich enough to create a dramatic tonal statement in an interior design.
Check out these restaurant interior design projects that feature turmeric color and that prove this color has an all-season appeal:
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