The goal of this project was to create an interior environment that transported you to a local Jamaican eatery as a compliment to the Jamaican fare offered by thisfamily-owned business. After a successful color consultation to specify a color palette for the interiors that would compliment the restaurants concept, I was asked back and given creative freedom to decorate the interiors. Using reclaimed wood, charcoal drawings from a local artist who was born and raised in Jamaica, and a variety of art and décor, this local eatery was transformed just in time for The New York Times to fall in love even before the project was completed.
We still have more work to do at Vital Dining, but once we’re done we’ll share the completed project with you. However, feel free to visit in the interim and please let us know what you think!
“Beth’s ability to listen to our vision and bring it from concept to actuality was amazing. Her attention to detail is unmatched! We get compliments everyday on her gallery wall and the unique pieces that she sourced for us. And almost every review we get mentions the beautiful décor. We are so grateful for the work she has done on our space so far and look forward to many projects with her in the future!”
– Nataki Williams