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Get The Look: The Fat Radish New York

Posted on Feb 22, 2017 by

A trendy eatery with a sustainable farm-to-table ethos, The Fat Radish, an extension of the Silkstone brand serves a contemporary, yet familiar menu using fresh, local produce.

Located in one of Manhattan’s most fashionable neighbourhoods, the Lower East Side, The Fat Radish boasts a modern rustic interior with strong vintage industrial references throughout. From whitewash brick to letter lights we show you how to get the look at home.

The Fat Radish boasts a modern rustic interior with strong vintage industrial references throughout.

The Fat Radish boasts a modern rustic interior with strong vintage industrial references throughout
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Wall Charts

Originally published in 1976 by the United States Navy Office of Naval Research, this reproduction print shows topography of land and ocean floors.

The World; Ocean Floors and Land Relief wall chart, $275, Erstwhile

Exquisite care and accuracy in reproduction preserves a beautifully aged appearance

Exquisite care and accuracy in reproduction preserves a beautifully aged appearance
Image courtesy of Erstwhile

Lighting

Vintage style iconography, letter lights and signage, like the Broadway Star floor lamp from MADE.com, pay tribute to the city that never sleeps. 

Broadway star floor lamp, £139, MADE.com

16 bulbs and a tarnished metal finish create the right aesthetic

16 bulbs and a tarnished metal finish create the right aesthetic
Image courtesy of MADE.com

Wallpaper

With measurements Behangfebriek can create a visualisation of this industrial, plaster brick wall in situ. See more in Warehouse Home Issue Five.

Plaster brick wall wallpaper mural by Behangfebriek, £75, Warehouse Home shop

Make a statement with this stunning mural featuring small bricks behind white remainders of old plaster

Make a statement with this stunning mural featuring small bricks behind white remainders of old plaster
Image via Warehouse Home shop

Read Warehouse Home Issue Five here! The latest issue of the internationally renowned Warehouse Home magazine is live online and can be enjoyed in full and entirely free. Read Warehouse Home Issue Five by clicking here or view in the reader below.

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