The new look is brighter and bolder than before, featuring exposed brick walls and neon accents.
Despite the eatery’s cavernous interior, warm lighting, exposed brick walls, and parquet flooring make the space inviting.
My work is an extension of what I’m passionate about, which is entertaining… I built this place around what I love.
Small, dark, and stylish, the dining room is an artful arrangement of nooks, partially screened chambers, passages, mirrored panels, votive candles and contemporary art.
A French Quarter townhouse regains its original luster, complete with modern amenities and classic details.
This renovation is an example of a close partnership between and owner and a design team with mutual respect for the home’s architectural significance.
With floor to ceiling windows and couches as well as seats at the bar and high and low tables…Cafe Noma feels more like a living room than a restaurant.
A charming Victorian with spectacular mountain views gets a family-friendly upscale renovation.
The high quality finish out and innovative design signal to all the Kirkendoll Management Group’s competency in the hospitality industry. The bottom line is the Bockman Forbes team ‘gets it’.
We started with a clean palette and ended up with something magical. I can boldly say the Firehouse is now a perfect home.
Bouligny Tavern channels Louisiana gentility through a mid-century modern lens.
Clean-lined tables by Knoll Studio offer a casual alternative to office desks, and plush sofas placed at the center of the showroom offer patrons an inviting place to peruse swatch books and samples with consultants.
Today, the Little Gem Saloon’s early 1900s-inspired interior and daily live music harkens back to the club’s heyday.
The overall effect is rich and layered; a well-traveled, collected look.
The classic New Orleans restaurant space was renovated to flatter what has long been there, adding a touch of whimsy to the grandeur.
Large windows provide a civilized view of the nightlife outside, while the elegant interior hosts a festive atmosphere of its own.
Plenty of small but thoughtful design touches across the dining rooms and courtyard are about polishing the old property’s historic elegance.
Huey Long, the Kingfish himself, would love this place.
Glossed wood and pressed tin in the handsome bar and dining rooms divert most of the attention away from the strip mall address.