THE SOMMELIER’S GUIDE TO INTERIOR DESIGN
This traditional building speaks history and is juxtaposed with modern architecture. The drinking lounge is anchored with dark lacquered wood and upholstery wall paneling. The lighting is moody and quiet with gentleman lounge chairs. The interior design is Art Deco inspired reminiscent Old Hollywood from the 1950’s.
HISTORY + ARCHITECTURE + INTERIOR DESIGN + SERVICE + FOOD + WINE = MEMORABLE EXPERIENCE
The 8 course menu with wine pairing was a delight…absolute perfection. Three to five bites per course with wine paired perfectly from light to dark transitioning smoothly through the four seasons.
FOOD + WINE + AMBIENCE = MEMORABLE EXPERIENCE
Great sommeliers are the resource to all the wines around the world and have extensive knowledge with grapes and its origin. They will direct you to the right choices and elevate your dining experience to a new level.
PSYCHOLOGY OF SOMMELIER = PSYCHOLOGY OF INTERIOR DESIGN
A high end interior designer should have the same mindset as a sommelier…They are educated and trained with their eyes and have extensive knowledge with resources in furniture and finishes. They also guide you to choosing the right style and selecting furnishing that suits your lifestyle and compliment your space.
Furniture + Art + Ambience = Memorable Experience
In winemaking, vintners pay attention to the details. Taste is obviously most important. They bring out the nuances of each grape so that you and I can taste the notes of the fruit and what the environment brings to it.
But they never neglect the aromas, color or clarity. And they leave us to appreciate all of these features as we swirl it around, watch the wine’s legs form on the glass, smell and then finally taste the wine.
NOTES + NOSE + LEG = COLOR + TEXTURE + LIGHTING
Quality Interior design is highly focused on the details. By paring colors, textures and appropriate lighting, they activate our visual and emotional sensory that sets the ambience for quality design and experience to remember.