Restaurant Interior DesignStudio UNLTD's Croatian Inspired Restaurant - Rose Mary

Studio UNLTD’s Croatian Inspired Restaurant – Rose Mary

Studio UNLTD's Croatian Inspired Restaurant - Rose Mary

Project: Croatian Inspired Restaurant – Rose Mary
Interior Design: Studio UNLTD
Location: Chicago, Illinois
Photo Credits: Matt Haas
Courtesy of Studio UNLTD

Located in the historic Fulton Market with its humble origins as the meatpacking hub of Chicago’s West Loop, chef Joseph Flamm’s new restaurant evokes the traditional family run taverns of Croatia known as konobas with their utilitarian yet celebratory approach to eating and gathering.

Studio UNLTD's Croatian Inspired Restaurant - Rose Mary

Just as Croatian cuisine is informed by the ingredients born of its pure earth, clean air and abundance of water, the design of Rose Mary is inspired by the natural elements of Croatia’s mediterranean coast.

Studio UNLTD's Croatian Inspired Restaurant - Rose Mary

Whitewashed brick walls reference the pebbled beaches along the Adriatic Sea and are accented by moments of red clay and tile work of a deep, azure blue that is at play throughout.

Studio UNLTD's Croatian Inspired Restaurant - Rose Mary

Rustic, honey-colored oak millwork and pale stone used on the exposed surfaces that draws inspiration from Croatia’s abundant limestone quarries lend a softness and warmth to the space’s airy, indoor-outdoor feel.

Studio UNLTD's Croatian Inspired Restaurant - Rose Mary

Abundant plant life that is true to the region and quaint touches such as folk-inspired textiles and accessories play beautifully against the seaside-inspired room.

Studio UNLTD's Croatian Inspired Restaurant - Rose Mary

Studio UNLTD's Croatian Inspired Restaurant - Rose Mary

Studio UNLTD's Croatian Inspired Restaurant - Rose Mary

Studio UNLTD's Croatian Inspired Restaurant - Rose Mary

Studio UNLTD's Croatian Inspired Restaurant - Rose Mary

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