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Cool Restaurant Interiors: Fratelli Lyon

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You wouldn't expect the interior of a restaurant housed inside an Italian home design showroom not to be cool. Fratelli Lyon's décor is sleek and industrial with clean-lined furniture, flatware and decorative accents from the Driade store.

Orange place mats and tables and chairs provide a pop of color against the muted background of whites, metals, dark wood and wicker. Behind the white, granite bar, wines are stored in metallic shelves that also acts as a divider between the front and back dining rooms.

Concrete columns and metallic lamps add to the industrial feel, but the floor-to-ceiling windows that enclose the restaurant allow natural light to warm up the place during the day and just as the sun is setting.

Fratelli Lyon

4141 NE 2nd Avenue, Miami

305-572-2901

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