Talitha Azella Jamal

Talitha Azella Jamal

Talitha Azella Jamal
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Prahran Hotel, Australia | Techne Architects I would change the colors but love the layout and the architecture of this restaurant.

Prahran Hotel, Australia | Techne Architects I would change the colors but love the layout and the architecture of this restaurant.

Porcelain #stoneware floor #tiles WOODPLACE by Ragno - @marazzitile Group

Porcelain #stoneware floor #tiles WOODPLACE by Ragno - @marazzitile Group

10 Signs Mockups - Coffee Shop & Restaurant by forgraphic ™, via Behance

10 Signs Mockups - Coffee Shop & Restaurant by forgraphic ™, via Behance

Japanese cafe. I love the table/seating. In my aunt's home we would sit around the table with our feet resting on heated pads that were on the floor under the table!

Japanese cafe. I love the table/seating. In my aunt's home we would sit around the table with our feet resting on heated pads that were on the floor under the table!

Add another shelf or two an this would be great in a small kitchen.

Add another shelf or two an this would be great in a small kitchen.

refer to this for the planter idea above the partitions in the main dining room Urban Rusticity in NYC: August Restaurant : Remodelista #bardesign #rustic #shabbychic

refer to this for the planter idea above the partitions in the main dining room Urban Rusticity in NYC: August Restaurant : Remodelista #bardesign #rustic #shabbychic

Aussie Style Invades Brooklyn at Brunswick Cafe by Barbara Peck: Ty Tan Designs creates the cafe's plantings...Tan got the pots from the New York Botanical Garden and aged them with garden lime. "It only takes a few days for the white look to appear," she says. "Then it keeps going as you water the plants and the water seeps through the clay."

Aussie Style Invades Brooklyn at Brunswick Cafe by Barbara Peck: Ty Tan Designs creates the cafe's plantings...Tan got the pots from the New York Botanical Garden and aged them with garden lime. "It only takes a few days for the white look to appear," she says. "Then it keeps going as you water the plants and the water seeps through the clay."