Hotel San Francisco is our latest project and it is the American dream. Well, the American hospitality dream at least. It’s nestled in the financial district of San Francisco, but certainly doesn’t give off straight laced, corporate vibes. This funky and modern venue takes it’s biggest interior inspiration from the world of music. The name of the restaurant even pays tribute to the Eagle’s hit ‘Hotel California’. With artists like Prince, Biggie Smalls and Tina Turner framed on the walls it would have anyone walking out of work for drinks like this- [WPGP gif_id="1890" width="600"] Hey, any opportunity for a Tina Turner GIF, am I right?
Inside Hotel San FranciscoThe Australian owners, Thomas Glenwright, Paul Schulte, and Priscilla Dosiou, went back to their Aussie roots and recruited us to tackle the furniture. The concept for the pieces were brass with bold fabric to give a luxe modern nod to a 70’s lounge (minus the shag carpet). Complete with a custom playlist made by fellow Australian company, Mustard, and neon light décor the place practically oozes cool. (image) (image) The heart of the venue is clearly the bar, with custom bar stools in streamline steel paired with dark teal velvet that make a big impact. Lining the windows are the Saffron Bar Stools tucked under our Stainless Steel Brass Table Tops and Brass Table Bases. The custom pieces continue into the dining area with matching brass metal chairs to tie the spaces together. So welcome to Hotel San Francisco (California), it’s such a lovely place/ such a lovely place. (image)
Looking for custom pieces for your next project?Here at B Seated our options are as endless as your imagination. Search through our chairs or bar table sections or send us through drawings of exactly what you want. Contact us today to get the ball rolling!
The hospitality industry needs durable furniture that also makes a big style impact to ensure a lasting impression on guests. There’s no better marriage between the two than tile table tops. Tile has been taking the design world by storm over the last couple of years. And hey if it’s tough enough for flooring why not put it on a bar table?
Tile to inspireIn a world ruled by social media, cafes and restaurants need to make an impact. Tile makes the picture-perfect background to ensure all your food shots look like they were taken from a magazine. Frankie’s Rooftop Bar sits perched on top of the Bayview Hotel and is a prime example on how to do tile right. Bergstrom Architects’ design uses beach coloured tiles in mixed patterns to add a tropical flair. (image) (image) The heart of the patio is the vibrant blue Spanish tile framed bar that makes a big statement. The appropriately named, Bayview Bar Tables, carries the Spanish tiles into the rest of the space and maximises on seating. Coupled with the Pam Barstools in cloth it ensures large parties can enjoy their drinks in comfort. [caption id="attachment_1864" align="aligncenter" width="840"](image) Photo by Lisa Haymes[/caption] The Wins Bar Tables make the perfect counterpart for smaller groups. The white and blue penny tiles add a twist to the old school classic. Finishing off the look with multi-patterned Berlin Barstools adds even more dimension and compliments the coastal vibes of the space. (image)
Ready to add tile to more than just your floors?Not all tile tables are created equal, here at B Seated we’ve been providing custom tile tables for years. We’ve learned a thing or two about how to make tile table not only look good, but last longer. The options are endless, so contact us today for a quote on your dream custom tables and make them a reality.