5 Restaurant Interiors That Make Use of Pantone's Color Of The Year, Classic Blue

by Dean Jeffery

ClassicBlue_0Photography is by David Sievers

Uncle (Formerly Smallfry Seafood) | Australia

Designed by Sans-Arc Studio, the classic fish ‘n’ chips shop gets re-imagined with the refreshing and contemporary use of stained wood planks, blue terrazzo, and stone.  


Belle Maison | France

Designed by Emilie Bonaventure, Belle Maison is a quaint seafood shop in the Montmartre neighborhood of Paris. Inspired by the owner’s favorite beach, the interior is swimming in shades of Classic Blue, from the hand-painted tile wall to the deep blue chairs.

ClassicBlue_2Photography Peter Clark

Middletown | Australia

Middletown cafe, designed by Studio Tate is the definition of chic. Inspired by Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton, the walls are painted in luxurious shade of royal blue and diamond shaped floors are similar to those found at Westminster Abbey. The blue color is used throughout the modern eatery, including on table bases and the menus.Lavender chairs and gold accents compliment the predominantly blue interior. 

ClassicBlue_3Photos by Tawan Conchonnet

Merci Marcel | Singapore

HUI DESIGNS has a knack for creating cozy interiors that feel rich and layered yet comfortable and inviting. Merci Marcel is no exception. Terrazzo floors, cane seating, potted plants and an inviting Classic Blue colored velvet banquette make this Parisian-inspired restaurant in the heart of Singapore a must see.


Mangal | Denmark

Mangal blends Turkish and Scandinavian design elements to create a crisp, minimal interior. Stark white walls are accented by modern dining chairs finished in a classic blue powder coat and upholstery. hand painted tiles add detail to the space.

Interested in using Classic Blue for your next project? Take our new visualizer tool for a spin and select the cobalt blue option on any of our metal chairs or table bases.

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