Henrietta Red is a beautiful Nashville, TN eatery specializing in seasonal cooking and oysters. The name comes from chef Julia Sullivan’s grandparents and is an homage to them. In addition to the restaurant they have a private event space next door for intimate gatherings and corporate events.
The combination here of concrete floors (a surface I’ve only recently become smitten with), wooden farm house table paired with white chairs and the warm touches brought in by the fabric pendant and textiles hanging from the wall, are perfect. I want to sit here and gather with friends.
I am really into restaurant interiors that have beautiful and special details. I think because of my own experience in event planning and my love of interior design, seeing how these spaces both function and flow, in well designed ways is really inspiring to me.
What a nice treatment of tile and grays and whites here on this wood oven, even the slight arch of the oven door mirrors the organic shape of the wood stacked above. My husband wants to build a pizza oven in our backyard, woudn’t something like this be lovely?
How cool is this type treatment and sign inside the restaurant. The cute dog sitting there doesn’t hurt either.
I love potted trees and this olive tree looks so good potted in this galvanized olive basket.
Image Credits: 3. Andrew Thomas Lee for Vogue Magazine 4. Edward The Bull Terrier 5. Violetta Nashville 6. Sarah Bartholomew Design 7. Nashville Guru 8. Sam Angel