Retro Interior Design Ideas by Anderson Design Studio
Anderson Design Studio, founded by Kathy Anderson in 1988, this is one of the most renowned design firms in the south of the USA. They helped the DeGraw brothers to create the restaurant project of their dreams inspired by one of their common passions, music! Discover more about this inspirational retro restaurant project here!
Nashville Underground is a music-themed restaurant that belongs to singer Gavin DeGraw and his musician brother, Joey DeGraw and is located in one of the main streets in downtown Nashville. Featuring mid-century modern furnishings and lighting designs, the Nashville-based design firmwanted to give this iconic place a new retro feel and the final result of this inspiring restaurant projectis just amazing!
With over 20 years experience, the Anderson Design Studio is recognized for delivering the highest quality, professional service and consistently meeting the client’s needs in regards to style, budget, time, and functionality. After presenting one of their most iconic projects in Nashville ( The RCA Studio A), today we are going to present to you another inspiring retro design project created by the Nashville-based design firm.
This mid-century modern restaurant project, also known as Nashville Underground, features incredible furnishings and lighting designs that capture the essence of the “Honky Tonk Highway”, which is how the Broadway street is known for the local community. Opened in 2017 by two music stars, Joey and Gavin DeGraw, the 1,600-square-foot space is located in one of the most historic buildings in downtown Nashville.
All of the mid-century modern interior design, inspired by country music, was created by Kathy Anderson, founder of the Anderson Design Studio. For this retro restaurant project, the interior designer drew on the craftsmanship expertise of many local artisans, including Ferrin Ironworks to create the metal bar display, custom murals by Michael Cooper, and a neon drum created by Nashville artist Tony Baker.
Kathy’s goal for this music-inspired restaurant project was to preserve some of the historic buildinghistories by incorporating some it into the interior design through some incredible details. “We loved the texture of the old, exposed brick and didn’t want to hide the rawness of the building with the new design”, explained Kathy to the AD Magazine team.
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