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Salt Air: A Whitewashed Restaurant in Venice Beach

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Salt Air: A Whitewashed Restaurant in Venice Beach

Izabella Simmons January 15, 2014

Partners Dave Reiss, Carol Ann, and Moí¯se Emquies recently opened Salt Air, a seafood restaurant located in the beachy heart of Venice in LA. Carol Ann, founder of Blinken Interiors, and Brett Witke co-designed the bistro using a white palette and giving the space a breezy, Scandi-style interior that perfectly lives up to its name. Just add a platter of oysters.

Photos via LA Eater.

Above: White wooden chairs and and linen-upholstered banquettes are paired with Carrara marble tables. 

Above: The kitchen, located in the middle of the restaurant, is set off by zinc-paneled walls with windows.

Above: The white wash extends from the brick walls to the exposed roof rafters.

Above: The bar features a marble counter, zinc paneling, and subway tiles. 

Above: Colorful vintage ceramic pendant lights hang from ropes over the bar. For more information and reservations, go to Salt Air.

Looking for other visit-worthy places around Venice Beach? Check out our posts on Restaurant Axe, the General Store, and Tortoise General Store and Studio.

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