Welcome to Volume 8! That’s two solid months on Friday Fives, let’s celebrate with another handful of things that have been tickling our fancy lately:
A fascinating restaurant concept in Seattle- 3 unique spaces with their own storefronts share interior facilities while maintaining separate (and lovely!) style. We love how they added big style in more simple spaces by popping in pink at General Porpoise and mint for Bar Melusine. The restrained style at Bateau still definitely speaks to the steak house feel without overstuffing the room with leather banquettes and dark walls. (But if we had the seat facing the meat window, we may feel differently!)
Jenna Sue’s last home was a spectacular renovation, so we can’t wait to follow along in real time as she finds a new home to flip. Our guess: she’s going with house #5 (who could resist those gorgeous ceilings?!)
Justina Blakeney of The Jungalow is a master of bohemian chic, flawlessly mixing global textiles with midcentury favorites. Her master bathroom is a definite showstopper, the blue-on-blue is just so so fresh with those brass accents.
The great Jonathan Adler mused on the resurgence of green (specifically forest tones) and its ability to play well with other colors, and then showed it off with this incredible emerald sofa vignette. We’ll take two, please!
The most fun job ever? The Luckey Climbers firm specializes in architecture for children, creating climb-able structural pieces located in children-oriented facilities.
Happy weekend, everyone!