Culture Six Pieces of Restaurant Decor You Can Actually Buy
Six local eateries share where to find the decor we love.
Photo courtesy of Sur La Table
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You’re used to bringing back leftovers after dining out. What if you could take (not literally) your favorite restaurant’s martini glasses or barstools home, too? Turns out you can. Six Denver eateries—including three on our “
25 Best Restaurants” list—share where to find the looks we love.
From: Element, 1426 Larimer St., element-home.com; $599. Courtesy of Rey Sandoval 12 at Madison’s Dinera
From: IKEA, 9800 E. Ikea Way, Centennial, ikea.com; $13 for four
These dishes’ clean and simple look will fit right into your college kid’s IKEAed-out pad, and their low price means you won’t mind too much if—OK, when—they get broken. Courtesy of IKEA Arcana’s Currey & Company Zanzibar rectangular chandelier
From: Various online
retailers such as Layla Grayce, laylagrayce.com; $4,240. Courtesy of Currey and Company The Truffle Table’s
From: The Truffle Cheese Shop, 2906 E. Sixth Ave., denvertruffle.com; $54
The carnation-shaped pieces of Swiss cheese this fancy machine creates will impress your guests more than that aspic you spent hours screwing up perfecting. Courtesy of Sur La Table Quality Italian’s Schott Zwiesel Pure martini glasses
From: Sur La Table, 121 Clayton Lane, surlatable.com; $14 for one or $84 for six (minus the restaurant’s engraved logo, of course). The lip at the top of the glass makes sipping your Manhattan—without sloshing it—much easier. Courtesy of Sur Le Table Rioja’s whiskey decanters
From: West Elm, westelm.com; $29 (available online only). Courtesy of West Elm
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