A Restaurant Inspired by Blacksmiths by

Issue 33 · Kitchen Week · August 15, 2012

A Restaurant Inspired by Blacksmiths

Issue 33 · Kitchen Week · August 15, 2012

Victorian scullery chic comes to Toronto: Located in a three-story Victorian home in the center of Toronto's Church Wellesley Village, Smith Restaurant features a moody period feel (think antiqued mirrors, wallpaper fragments, tarnished cutlery, distressed Persian rugs).

For more information, go to Smith Restaurant.

Above: Rough hewn wood counters, whitewashed brick walls, and vintage lighting add to the moody Victorian look.

Above: Tables are set with mismatched china and manor house accoutrements.

Above: A moose antler as decor.

Above: Tracy Wa of Cargo Collective designed the restaurant's graphics.

Above: Commute Home custom fabricated the dining room's light fixture.

Above: The illustrated menu is printed on newsprint.

Above: Graphic red letters serve as signage.



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