Weekend is already here and I'm flirting with the idea of dining out, and by saying out
I mean out-out! Outside at an open space where nature surrounds me. Why don't you
consider stealing this idea too? It could be somewhere in a park...
Today I would love to introduce you to 3 restaurants, of which the interior is designed by our Belgian decorator and antiques dealer Axel Vervoordt.
For these restaurant interiors Axel has chosen for an earthy tones color palette.
The first restaurant is the ‘Atelier Privé’ restaurant of the Hotel Bayerischer Hof in Munich, Germany.
Notice the limewashed walls.
Linen upholstered and slipcovered dining chairs.
MUNICH – GERMANY
The second restaurant is restaurant ‘The Roji’, situated in a medieval cellar, in the historical center of Antwerp, Belgium.
The Japanese word Roji means ‘garden path’.
This restaurant is recommended if you love the Japanese kitchen.
The 13th century basement is a unique location to book your dinner visiting Antwerp.
Wabi Sabi inspired interior design by Axel Vervoordt.
Enjoy a drink in front of the open fire before having dinner.
ANTWERP – BELGIUM
The third restaurant is ‘Sir Anthony Van Dyck’ in Antwerp.
The restaurant is named after the Flemish Baroque painter Anthony van Dyck (1599-1641).The building is fully restored in the 17th century spirit, by Axel Vervoordt.
Plastered walls and authentic floor tiles.
The restaurant with its warm color palette.
Again the slipcovered dining chairs, a trademark of Axel Vervoordt.
Last year we had our first Belgian blogger meeting in the restaurant Sir Anthony Van Dyck. Read my blogpost about this meeting here.
SIR ANTHONY VAN DYCK
ANTWERP – BELGIUM
Visit AXEL VERVOORDT at http://www.axel-vervoordt.com
If you ever visit one of these restaurants, please let me know your thoughts!
Wishing you a great start of this new week!