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Comfort, simplicity ruled design trend to hit restaurants in 2016

publication date Mar 3, 2016,

publication description Restaurant India

publication description Comfort, Simplicity Ruled Design Trend To Hit Restaurants In 2016

Designers like ‘Sanjiv Malhan’ of OFIA consider the 2016 trends to be a blend of the old world and the contemporary. Use of antiques, colour bursts of gold, brown, blue, statement mirrors , luxurious textures of wood, veneer, leather, symmetry through use of geometric pattern are highlights of this year’s design trends. “The emphasis on detailing will be contemporary-styled merged with structures of the bygone era. Take the case of Victorian chair for instance with its vastness of design the intricate carvings but with a firm minimalistic paneling exhibiting the blend of a vintage-cum-contemporary style,” shared Malhan.

This year Interior style will be inspired by hand-crafted collectables as furnishings are becoming tailored as per individualistic needs.

As for Restaurants, there would be more likely being trending simplified classical and luxurious designs in the coming year. The customers’ are looking for spectacular and elegant experiences alongside satisfying the culinary needs.

Diners seek experiences which will enhance their socializing and a feel of special event with the restaurants they choose to visit.Thus, restaurant interior designers who take customers down the memory lanes of bygone era are catching up with the frenzy and excitement of restaurant patrons.

And, this is where the industrial style would heavily influence the diners’ choice as another favored aesthetic element of the restaurant interior designing.

Acknowledging the fervor of new year as much as the ever-growing demand of newness in experiences of day-to-day interactive spaces, this year is going to be Maroon, where beauty and detail greets you every project resolved well.

By Invite; Sanjiv Malhan, Principal Designer, OFIA

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