Tag: interior design

Tag: interior design

Surfrider Malibu Gets A Facelift With Indoteak Design

The legendary Surfrider Hotel in Malibu California first opened in the 1950’s and was a perfect little motel for visiting surfers who flocked to the famed long green walls of the legendary right point. Pop culture got its first look at Southern California beach lifestyle with the cult classic film “Gidget.” That movie alone turned the sleepy surf town of Malibu into a world wide draw which also watched the surf crowds explode from a few dozen in 1951 to hundreds or new surfers chasing the dream of Gidget by 1957.

That was just the beginning and the little Surfrider Motel was constantly booked solid for decades until it fell under disrepair and was sold in 2013.

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Reclaiming The Aloha: Dukes Restaurant in La Jolla, CA

Dukes Restaurant in Waikiki is named after the father of modern surfing, Duke Kahanamoku. The Hawaiian surfing legend was the ambassador of Aloha around the globe as well as an Olympic gold medalist. The Duke took the gold in the 100m freestyle in Stockholm in 1912, Antwerp in 1920 and silver in Paris in 1924. While he is gone, his legacy of aloha remains as strong as ever.

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The Perry Hotel Key West x Indoteak Design

Much has been written about the Perry Hotel in Key West Florida in 2018. Not only is its modern rustic amenties and stylish ambiance a hit with guests, its also a hit with designers as well. Indoteak Design was spec’d and delivered the gorgeous 100% Reclaimed Teak Patina Flooring found throughout the Perry Hotel.

JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE was the Interior Designer for the guest rooms and public spaces including the lobby, restaurant, public restrooms, pool deck, pool bar, outdoor restaurant, lounge, sunset lounge, and fitness center. Inspiration drawn from the history of Stock Island and Key West, highlighting industrial and rustic aspects while balancing tropical resort amenities.

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Hotel Journey East Hampton X Custom Indoteak Cinta Tile

Journey is beautiful rustic, yet contemporary, sanctuary tucked away in the Hamptons. Located by the quaint villages of East Hampton and Amagansett, this boutique hotel has a stunningly renovated 22 rooms. Included on the property are three spacious and secluded cottages, an outdoor private pool (featuring an indoor lounge) and sits close to some of Long Island’s finest beaches. To say this hotel is special is an understatement.

The hotels location at South Fork puts it in very close proximity to many prestigious wineries, fine dining and local restaurant. Did we mention the beautiful beaches?

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Wayan- Indonesian Restaurant Opens In NYC

Indonesia is a very special place. The humid air is filled with the sounds of birds and the smell of pungent spices wafting from the small warungs lining the tight traffic filled streets. The sheer beauty of the landscape paired with the wonderful people of the country have made it a favorite destination for traveling surfers and adventurers for decades. It’s the perfect inspiration for highly anticipated restaurant-Wayan NYC.

The same can be said for the owner of the New York City Restaurant “Wayan” that opened this week in Manhattan.

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BO-beau Restaurant Long Beach Ca Features Reclaimed Teak Barn Wood

The Cohn Group of Restaurants, owner of BO-beau in Long Beach, CA- is a San Diego based group that owns some of the finest eateries in Southern California. For over 33 years, David and Lesley Cohn have made it their mission to elevate the San Diego dining experience to new levels. From their humble start owning a small diner in 1981, Cohn Restaurant Group has grown tremendously and now owns 24 restaurants throughout Southern California.

“We’re big fans of Indoteak Design & their reclaimed teak products. Their vision aligns with our design intent.” -Phillip Beltran, Designer Cohn Group of Restaurants

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Chef Bobby Flay New Las Vegas Restaurant -Shark

Flays new Shark restaurant is a huge part of the The Palms impressive make-over. The Station Casinos’ principals Frank and Lorenzo Fertitta, have taken a hands-on approach to the resort’s $690 million renovation. Look no further than “Shark” to see what we mean.

The legendary super-chef Bobby Flay is opening his first new restaurant in five years and as he says, “My first high-end restaurant in 15 years.” Opening on April 1 2019, “Shark” restaurant in the Palms is an all out love letter to all things seafood.

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Life Alive restaurant, located in Back Bay Boston, was concepted by the interior design firm, Studio Phenomena. Indoteak Design worked closely with Kiki Mobley and Kendall Lowe, the co-owners of Studio Phenomena to create a very colorful and unique tile floor. The client not only wanted something beautiful but also sustainable. After some discussions, the designers wanted the tiles to capture the vibe of colorful area rugs with blending of colors and title shapes. The results are stunning to say the least.

The designs were created by using Indoteak Designs Cinta tile line, which is created from 100% recycled and reclaimed teak wood.

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Indoteak Design Client: Andrea Uyeda of Los Angeles Restaurant ediBOL

Andrea Uyeda of ediBOL shows us that if things are original, made with care, and are of high quality, they tend to be remembered and leave lasting impressions. As it is with our reclaimed teak offerings, so it is with unique food. We recently partnered up with Uyeda and her highly acclaimed restaurant, ediBOL in Los Angeles California, to blend our luxurious reclaimed teak wood into the interior of LA’s hottest new fusion eatery.

Known for her handcrafted, artisan “Bols” as she calls them, Uyeda creates unique offerings, spinning the traditional ramen bowls with more twists and turns than you could imagine.

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Indoteak Design Tables At The Somerset Chicago

Recently, Luxe Magazine wrote an article about four Chicago restaurants that excel at design. The establishments were: Proxi, Marisol, Steadfast and the Somerset.

Lux magazine says of the build, “New York-based AvroKO reinterpreted the classic country club for its interior design of Somerset, which opened in September.

“Undulating textured- glass screens behind the main bar subtly recall canvas sails; banquettes are adorned in jade upholstery and white piping. The vibe is reminiscent of vintage tennis fashion and evokes the feeling of luxurious club lounges,”.

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