Inspiration: Bistro Guillaume

Inspiration: Bistro Guillaume

Jenny Butler
May 7, 2009

It's no surprise that local restaurant Bistro Guillaume is known around town for those amazing light fittings. Made from flower-embossed silk, these custom made shades make a big statement in an otherwise simple monochrome space. See more below the jump…

Aside from the light fittings, we also really enjoy the little details in the dining room- toile upholstery on the bentwood chairs, crisp linen on the tables, oversized vases and molded edges on the marble. All of these little details add up and with those grand light fittings, this restaurant made a huge impression on us. Other features of Bistro Guillaume we like include a bar area with velour and leather diamond backed arm chairs, their use of lamps as the main source of lighting and a pair of Suzie Stanford armchairs, similar to those we featured last week. For more information about Bistro Guillaume visit their website here.

[images via Idea Awards]

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