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The interior design style of The Restaurant at Meadowood mirrors that of the Meadowood hotel and surrounding estate, with mid-century upscale American influence — think sprawling resorts in the Adirondacks during the 1950s. Inside is meant to feel airy but warm and a little traditional, too. There are high, vaulted ceilings, portrait windows and French doors that open directly onto gardens and terraces, along with open floor plans that make even the most basic spaces feel expansive. To anchor the space, the Five-Star restaurant has added rustic California antiques. It recalls an earlier era, but the luxury of the dining experience while keeping with a simplistic aesthetic feel is a rare combination for such a highly ranked restaurant.
The interior design of The Restaurant at Meadowood uses the natural surroundings and local artisans as inspiration. It exudes a contemporary, handsome and warm look and feel for both the dining room and bar. The dining room features dark wood; brass and bronze fixtures; custom concrete vases; upholstery in a variety of gray fabric tones and subtle pin striping; and artwork from Jonah Ward’s three series: Wasp Nest, Madrone Bark and his signature, Burnt Wood. Wingback leather chairs custom-designed by Dorn create an environment of comfort while enhanced lighting throughout the space places the guests’ focus squarely on the food.