The event spaces at Dickie Brennan’s Bourbon House restaurant in the French Quarter formerly featured dark burgundy walls with black paneling and dim lighting. This interior update brightens and enlivens the space, which is used primarily for private events.
The color palette moved from dark and moody to light and sophisticated. Standard white ceiling tiles were updated with copper-colored metal, and cloud-patterned wallcovering add a layer of richness and depth to the repetitive framed wall panels. Custom-designed ceiling light box panels feature a wheat pattern as a subtle reference to the origins of bourbon.