Carefully designed by one of the most renowned interior designers of our time – Kelly Wearstler – the Viviane Restaurant represents the rebirth of mid-century modern design in California.
Designed with authentic 50’s and 60’s vintage furniture from all around the world, the mid-century vibe in this project will blow your mind… Let’s take a look!
YOU MAY ALSO LIKE: CONTEMPORARY LIGHTING: TOP 10 SUSPENSION LAMPSInside the Viviane Restaurant in Beverly Hills, a sumptuous palette of deep and turquoise blues, gold, ivory, and neutral tones in an array of materials and patterns, provides a sexy, subtle atmosphere throughout all dining spaces. That’s clearly Kelly’s amazing interior design style, for sure. Take a look at our selection and feel inspired!
Beverly Hills, CA
The restaurant interior space features different eclectic groups of seating with a curated mix of custom and vintage furnishings, such as a 1950’s Carlo de Carli settee alongside wood and brass dining chairs by the American mid-century designer Dan Johnson.Some hand-crafted oak tables with inlaid geometric patterns provide just a perfect canvas for Chef Hung’s colorful plates trough the place. On the far end of the main dining room, the lustrous marble bar holds court. Surrounded by vintage iron-forged bar stools refashioned with deep blue and ivory geometric patterned leather sling seat cushions.And outside, the poolside Plaza features a series of custom-designed cabanas, available for Al Fresco dining or sipping on craft cocktails, with colorful, hand-painted trompe l’oeil patterns inspired by the Italian architect Gio Ponti.The Wearstler’s signature soufflé sofas along with vintage-gilded Italian lounge chairs, Carl Gustaf Hiort af Ornas’ 1950’s beechwood lounge chairs and Pierre Chapo coffee tables offer a comfortably casual and cool California outdoor living vibe! CREDITS: KELLYWEARSTLER.COM/VIVIANE