Moulding was used to create a 3D honeycomb pattern on this restaurant’s walls
Here’s an alternative to paint, wallpaper and tiles. Interior designer Karine Lewkowicz, created walls of honeycomb patterns in a restaurant in Milan, Italy, that add a visually interesting 3-dimensional texture to the space.
By using a common woodworking material like moulding, she was able to add a unique look for the restaurant.
Each piece of moulding was cut to fit together, and then once installed the entire wall was painted in a deep red to draw attention to the wall and add atmosphere to the restaurant.
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