Friday, July 4, 2008

Subzero's Executive Dining Room - Another Drake Design


How cool would it be if you worked in corporate headquarters
that looked like this! This is Subzero's executive dining area.
Subzero is known to make top of the line refrigerators and
other kitchen appliances.

Jamie Drake was commissioned to design their executive
dining room. He certainly went all out with the colors.



What a fun circular rug with dots.


Let's go red!



I absolutely love the huge sitting area with the sectional
tufted sofas. What a neat design and it looks very
comfortable with the throw pillows.



I've always wanted an Onyx countertop with light shining
from under it just like this one. It's a neat way to put in
and showcase natural materials.



When you are designing the kitchen area, of course
nothing but the best from Sub Zero with very cool
hardware and finishes.



I thought I would throw this photo in of a bar that
Jamie Drake designed in East Hampton called Almondito.

Hope everyone has a great July 4th weekend!

All photos from Jamie Drake and Subzero.

9 comments:

Fifi Flowers said...

Love that bar decor in the East Hamptons... I want to go... cosmo please!
Lovely post as usual!
Have a great 4th!
Fifi

maison21 said...

i never have a problem with color- too much is never enough!

TheDecoDetective said...

Oh wow... Do they get any work done around there? If I were an employee I'm afraid I would contrubute mostly by exessive amounts of lounging...=D

driftwood shack said...

I love that row of lightshades in the bar at the end- very classy!

Lauren said...

I'll be at the Sub-Zero facility in two weeks! The pictures are getting me excited!
-Lauren
Material Girls Blog

leather furniture said...

I never had any problem with color.

TonicHome said...

What a great example of color and creativity - wouldn't expect anything less from Sub-Zero!

Discount Designer Fabrics Online said...

I would love to follow Jamie Drake around for a month. His use of materials for his powder room at The American Club's Kohler Design Center, Kohler, Wi. leaves me speechless time and time again.

thrilled by the thought said...

I really like the colors in that bar.