I think you'll appreciate how the restaurant feels as if it could be someone's home in the Hamptons. It inspired me to think about how many of the design elements could be used in my home. Perhaps you'll feel the same way.
Let's take a look inside...
I included some photos from French Blue's website, as mine don't quite do it justice. I included photo credits, but I think you can pretty much tell which ones I didn't take :)
The trusses and open ceiling give the space an airy feeling.
Open shelves display French Bleu merchandise. We took home salt and pepper shakers. Believe me, if I could have fit a settee and table in my suitcase, they would have come home too.
How cool is this bar tower?
The open kitchen features a lower marble counter at the front, flanked by taller counters with zinc countertops.
Reclaimed French oak....
The wood-planked walls are painted Benjamin Moore's Mayonnaise. I loved the color so much, I came home and painted my family room walls in it.
I love the blue ticking pillows.
After oohing and aahing over the decor, I asked the hostess who the designer was. Turns out it is the work of renowned architect, Howard Backen, and his wife, designer Lori Backen, who are partners in the restaurant.
Oh... and I should add....
the food is pretty darn good, too!
So happy we discovered this "sweet space!"