Seafood restaurant garden

By on August 1, 2012 Outdoor Spaces


To maximize the breezy California ambiance, Thomas ripped the roof off the front portion of the structure to create a cozy patio, with retractable awnings that use the streel trusses of the old barrel roof as tracking.  To enhance the indoor/outdoor atmosphere even further, six 100-year-old olive trees were brought inside, allowing guests to dine in an indoor garden. The nautical theme is given a twist with stacks of lobster traps filled with inflated blowfish, numerous large paintings by Thomas on the seafood theme, and a giant whale skeleton in a wrought iron blimp structure that becomes a chandelier. via




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