Which characteristics of the Emilgroup products met your needs?
To meet the technical demands of the restyling project, we decided to use the Sleekwood by Emilceramica porcelain stoneware collection for the floors of the entire venue. The distinctive 11x54 cm Chevron style enabled us to create the perfect linking feature between the various rooms of the locale, and it also teamed up perfectly with the furnishings and provided the outstanding technical performances necessary for a very busy location like the Salotto Regina. The natural Nut colour renewed the venue’s look with a touch of tasteful, refined elegance.
How did you manage to combine a welcoming mood with sophistication in the various areas of the venue?
We used a well-chosen mix of colour shades, furnishings and finishes to emphasise the characters of the different rooms and renew their style. The fresh, dynamic entrance area has light coloured finishes and contrasting effects, with large brass chandeliers; the central area, where people spend more time socialising, has a jungle pattern in gold on a dark background on the walls, creating a bright yet cosy mood; the main room, with its interplays of lines, is designed around attractive geometric forms. Last but not least, the toilet area was created by combining the wood-look of the floor with an unusual marble-look finish: the “battuto di listelli” from the Tele di Marmo Reloaded collection, in Fossil Brown Malevic colour. The timeless elegance of marble is brought up to date by the playful, uneven way the strips are combined.
So the Salotto Regina’s restyling has been a success...
Absolutely, the Salotto Regina now has a contemporary, metropolitan look and a more grown-up, convivial nature, while retaining all the personality its customers like so much. In the restaurant sector in particular, change is often unavoidable: it responds to styles and updates in technologies and materials that enable people with the courage to put themselves on the line to keep constantly up to date.
07 December 2020