in L.A.’s Highland Park neighbourhood is a little bit of Paris bistro style in California. Designed by , this firm accentuated the 1920’s structure with some sexy lighting, beautiful floral wallpaper, pretty pale colours. The black bentwood stools and chairs, iron and marble tables, marble topped bar and brass accents really add to the Parisian vibe. There is also a cocktail bar in behind called with exposed brick and a gold bar. I would loooove to spend my Sunday here!
Oh, how I wish I could spend my Sunday in Paris’ Pigalle neighbourhood, enjoying a delicious meal at . Designed by , this bar/restaurant is beautiful from the pink tiled exterior to the plant filled interior, including a rooftop garden. (photos: James McDonald unless otherwise noted)
Finished your Christmas shopping and baking and wondering how to spend your Sunday afternoon? How about relaxing in a pink booth with a coffee at in Montréal’s neighbourhood of Mile End. Designed by , this 1500 sq ft space is home to a café, artisan workshop and boutique. The colour scheme of green, pink and yellow is so warm and energetic. I’ll have to check this place out next time I’m vintage shopping on St. Laurent.
Photos: Félix Michaud,
It’s like I say time and time again. If you have to drag yourself into work on a weekend it helps if it’s somewhere stylish … good coffee is a definite bonus. #tag is a co-working space for digital creatives in Warsaw designed by . Add to the mix excellent beverages, the ability to shoot videos or photos and a large workshop and you have just about everything you need as an indie content producer. (Loving those coffee cup walls 😉
It is Sunday and you’re hungry, thirsty and have some work to do. If you’re in downtown Montréal you can head to on Rue Mayor and enjoy what looks like some really incredible foods, drinks and bring your laptop because they have a workspace area so you can be productive too! I love the casual, earthy vibe of this place, designed by .
Photos: mostly by David Dworkind