What is the interior design of Golden Flower at Wynn Macau?

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The interior design of Golden Flower at Wynn Macau is Asian-inspired. The restaurant’s eye-catching entrance is filled with a wall of orange and green tassels opposite the open doors to the Peacock Room, where a ceiling of illuminated teapots glow. Bold colors meet eclectic Chinese elements in a very contemporary space inside the main dining room, which was influenced by the Asian dining room of a shipping tycoon from Britain. The cozy, medium-sized restaurant seats a total of 89 people — it offers two private dining rooms that seat 20 people total, and the main dining area is skirted with booths and offers three tables (for four people) with window views. Although the parasol-shaped lighting fixtures in the main dining room at the Macau restaurant shine down over classic tables and chairs outfitted in pale cream and white, Chinese elements abound with tassels on walls, contemporary screens, and a turquoise wall contrasting with the warm lighting and colors.

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