42.173P Salva D’or Wine Bistro: European Allure in Every Detail
Situated in the heart of Yekaterinburg, Russia, the 42.173P Salva D’or Wine Bistro emerges as a harmonious blend of classic European bistro charm and contemporary design elegance. LEFT design, the visionary behind this project, has masterfully woven touches of nature and craftsmanship into its fabric.
Golden accents reminiscent of the rising sun, a bar counter evoking images of wheat fields, and artistic renditions of dew drops coalesce to create an ambiance perfect for both a morning pastry or an intimate wine dinner by the fireplace.
About 42.173P Salva D’or
Bringing Europe to Modern Design
Drawing inspiration from classic European bistros, we initially yearned for the familiar warmth of fresh bread and the subtle clinking of wine glasses. Consequently, by blending aged wood with sleek, modern elements, we achieved our signature LEFTdesign touch.
A Day at Salva d’or
At Salva d’or wine bistro, firstly, Salvador, a spirited Spanish host, warmly welcomes every visitor. In the morning, as the sun casts its glow, delectable pastries emerge, setting a serene breakfast tone. However, by evening, the ambiance subtly shifts, hinting at intimate wine gatherings beside a cozy fireplace.
Marrying Nature and Comfort
In designing, we firstly embraced the essence of nature. On one hand, we visualized a bar resembling undulating wheat fields and art pieces that capture the first light of dawn. On the other hand, walls adorned with vibrant plant art emphasize the natural theme. Meanwhile, plush sofas beckon, and wine shelves brim with choices. Lastly, gold accents not only elevate the space but also harmonize seamlessly with the room’s ambient lighting.
Photography courtesy of LEFT Design
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