Restaurants are continuing to push the boundaries in the world of interior design with the dining experience now much more than just the food that is served.
This has seen our work within this sector soar in 2017 with numerous eateries keen to give their diners an extra special treat when they come through the doors for a well-deserved meal. First impressions are everything after all.
Our lime-based plaster finish Marmorin Sand was recently specified to be featured in the grand opening of Oxford’s luxurious Cinnamon Kitchen restaurant.
The architect commissioning our surface design requested a decorative plaster which would sit perfectly within the dining room where they have tried to create a relaxing atmosphere for meals throughout the day and into the evening.
Cinnamon Kitchen is renowned for the modern Indian food it serves with a British twist.
To reflect this specialist offering, Viero UK used the classic Marmorin Sand – with its popular spotted marble effect – plus a bespoke colour tint to ensure we achieved a subtle twist on a traditional product just like the restaurant’s menu.
“It’s important to think carefully about where our product is being used before settling on a final design,” explained Specification Manager David Wragg.
“Placement is of utmost importance to us and we pride ourselves on adding to the natural ambience when our products are specified in public spaces.”