A juice bar and scandinavian minimalist lines

Today we’re going to Los Angeles for the week we start a juice bar with great style and Scandinavian design . It has been designed by the Bells & Whistles of Angels. A space minimalist in which the predominant natural wood, the white and the black . The only color that is introduced is the orange used to highlight their posters .

 A juice bar and scandinavian minimalist lines

Another highlight of this project are wood-paneled with a c geometric OMPOSITION . And as lighting , we met my dear Tom Dixon Beat Shade , which we discussed last week ( here ) , and an iron structure composed of cubes on supporting various plants , and the crossing simple lamps Bulb mode. For the furniture has been followed with the lines simple and geometric, metal and wood and natural materials. I hope you enjoy the visit!

 A juice bar and scandinavian minimalist lines

Today we are going to Los Angeles to visit a modern juice bar. It was designed by Bells & Whistles of Los Angeles. The juice bar’s interior is minimalist Furnished with Natural wood elements and bits of black and white. As we can see the illumination Beat Shade by Tom Dixon and simply hanging light bulbs. Another important point is the geometric wood installation That covers some walls. Their furniture was Designed with geometric patterns like walls.

 A juice bar and scandinavian minimalist lines

 A juice bar and scandinavian minimalist lines

 A juice bar and scandinavian minimalist lines

 A juice bar and scandinavian minimalist lines

 A juice bar and scandinavian minimalist lines

 A juice bar and scandinavian minimalist lines

 A juice bar and scandinavian minimalist lines

 A juice bar and scandinavian minimalist lines

 A juice bar and scandinavian minimalist lines

 A juice bar and scandinavian minimalist lines

interior design for barber shops

Interior Design for Barber Shops

Decorating barber shop is very important, as certainly you want people to come back again in your shop. Decide on a look for your shop. You can have a little more than a few barber chairs and counters to hold the tools of your trade, or you can go for a more upscale look. Start with the waiting area. You need enough chairs to accommodate your waiting clients with comfort seating. You may also hang calming pictures like nature scenes in the waiting area to keep people relaxed while waiting. Hang also various interesting pictures around the cutting area to spark questions or comments. The discussion will take the customer’s mind off how long the cut is taking, or how hard it may be to sit still.

 Interior Design for Barber Shops

 Interior Design for Barber Shops

 Interior Design for Barber Shops

 Interior Design for Barber Shops

 Interior Design for Barber Shops