Food/Design: Cosecha

Architecture & Interiors

We love a sweet, tricked out restaurant with crazy cool decor as much as the next person, but sometimes you just want some simple modern inspiration that you could actually implement into your own place. We’re digging the almost-unfinished look of Cosecha, in San Francisco. There’s a super simple plywood counter. There are a couple of George Nelson Bubble lamps. There’s a few simple stools. There’s some simple, standard-sized white wall tiles. And a couple of hip shades of paint color for the walls. Boom! Simple, modern decor that probably let’s the people and the food take more center stage. And it sounds like they didn’t take a whole lot of money to get the job done. Isn’t that, too, a modern idea? Just get the business open and start selling food and don’t feel like you have a completely fancy interior? I bet the food here is amazing. Spotted on Eater.

What do you think?

Images: Carolyn Alburger
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