Whether you are looking to renovate your home or refresh the style of your commercial space, flooring is a great way to set the tone of your project. In today’s blog we’ll be looking at how Hove’s top brunch restaurant Jo&Co (Tripadvisor) used our patterned floor tile designs to create an uplifting, contemporary space to welcome their many happy customers!
A walk through Jo&Co…
Jo&Co serves a variety of dishes inspired by the owners travels to both New Zealand and Australia, creating an experiential service for their customers. This is reflected in the eye-catching decor that evolves as you move around their open and vibrant space.
Bordering with statement pattern
As you enter the restaurant, our Dovetail Oxford Blue tiles, designed in collaboration with celebrated designer Neisha Crosland, have been used to border the area around the large bar space creating a welcoming feel that reflects the upbeat atmosphere. The bar itself mirrors the deep blue colour of Oxford Blue and as a high-footfall area, a durable and easy to clean floor is vital. All of our flooring is designed to last and can be easily maintained using our FloorSpa kits, so they will continue to look beautiful for years to come.
A vibrant colour palette
As you move towards the back of the restaurant, the colour scheme develops into yellow tones that bring out the colours of the statement wallpaper. Statement walls are a great way to create an eye-catching space that is both memorable and helps to define the atmosphere for the room. You can read more about how to style statement interiors in last week’s blog post here.
At the back of the restaurant, the high ceilings have been showcased through rattan hanging lampshades and parrot sculptures that link to the travel theme behind the restaurant’s story. The eclectic feel of the decor lends itself to current interior trends as well as reflecting their location in the vibrant city of Brighton & Hove.
An open kitchen provides a social atmosphere, highlighted through the use of our Parquet Mimosa tiles which tie in with the soft yellow colour palette. They have uniquely used them across the lower wall of the kitchen which contrasts the beautiful green tones of the palm print wallpaper that leads the eye upstairs towards the yellow neon sign on the balcony space.
Upstairs, statement velvet armchairs bring a pop of colour to the chequerboard floor tiles that provide the on-trend touch of monochrome. This creates a memorable experience for customers that is both inviting and fun.
We love the use of borders and zoning throughout the restaurant which is perfect for all kinds of dining, from formal dinners to weekend brunches or coffee meetings with colleagues.
We love hearing about your commercial projects and how you’ve styled Harvey Maria tiles to make your brand stand out. If you’re just at the beginning of a project click here for your free trade samples. Make sure to tag us on Instagram @harveymaria and use the hashtag #HarveyMaria to be featured on our feed, stories or future blog posts.
If you’re interested in unique ways to use our designs, do get in touch with the team at email@example.com we’re always happy to help 🙂
You can follow Jo&Co on their Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/joandcorestaurants/