Sometimes simple and humble is best when it comes to design; case in point, the interior of Lulu & Po in Fort Greene, Brooklyn, a low-key restaurant with an industrial vibe punctuated with dashes of color. Oh, and a giant rooster mural.
Chef Matthew Hamilton (he’s an alum of the Prune and Belcourt) named his restaurant after his daughter, Lulu, and his wife, Po Kutchins; he worked with local design studio Ka.Va. (headed by Kananshree Prasee and Sanjive Vaidya) on the interiors.
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Above: A single wall paneled in stained reclaimed pine anchors one wall; Ka.Va. custom designed the chandelier. Photo by Alice Gao of Lingered Upon.
Above: A mix of seating with a unifying industrial theme. Photo by Alice Gao of Lingered Upon.
Above: The bar features a mix of penny round and subway tiles. Photo via Ka.Va.
Above: Custom steel coat and bag hooks under the bar; photo via Ka.Va.
Above: The unfinished concrete floor features layers of paint. Photo by Alice Gao of Lingered Upon.
Above: A giant rooster surveys the scene; photo via Ka.Va.
Above: Red navy chairs add a dash of color. Photo by Alice Gao of Lingered Upon.
Above: The restaurants bathrooms are painted black; photo by Alice Gao of Lingered Upon.
Above: The restaurant’s exterior is painted gray (a red door adds a dash of color). Photo via Ka.Va.