At the Operator’s Club, the interior design pays homage to the rich history of its location within the West End’s historic Coca-Cola factory. The space is adorned with industrial elements that evoke a sense of nostalgia and celebrate the site’s heritage. Exposed brick walls, with their natural texture and earthy tones, serve as a rustic backdrop, adding character and warmth. These walls are complemented by leather seating, offering both comfort and sophistication.
Polished concrete floors lend a contemporary touch to the space, reflecting the modern yet historic vibe. Dark wooden panelling adds a touch of natural warmth while bright wood is used for counters and tabletops strike a balance between the raw industrial materials and a cozy, welcoming ambiance.
A distinctive feature of Veryable’s interior design is the helping hand installation, positioned as a focal point within the space. This installation not only serves as a unique artistic expression but also symbolizes community and support. Placed above a communal table, it fosters a sense of togetherness among patrons. The communal table becomes a hub for social interaction, inviting locals to gather, share stories, and connect over drinks and meals.
To enhance the industrial theme and create an atmospheric ambiance, the space incorporates industrial lighting fixtures. Hanging pendant lights, Edison bulbs, and industrial-style chandeliers cast warm glows over the exposed brick and wooden surfaces, adding to the overall allure of the interior.
In essence, Veryable’s interior design concept seamlessly integrates raw industrial elements with inviting and comfortable features. This careful balance preserves the historical significance of the location while offering a unique and welcoming Bar & Restaurant experience for the patrons of Dallas. The design fosters a sense of community and celebrates the area’s heritage, creating a space where history and modernity coexist harmoniously.