The New Interior Decoration Of Ladurée’s Tokyo Salon – India Mahdavi, the design-eye behind Ladurée in Geneva (2016) and Los Angeles (2017), gave her elegant eccentric vision to Ladurée’s new tea in Tokyo. Take a look!
Located on one of the most popular streets in Tokyo (Japan), called Omotesando, this tea salon interior decoration is far away from the traditional tea shops. Designed by India Mahdavi, the architectural concept of the new Ladurée Tea Salon is consistent with the design of the others patisseries in Europe and the United States.
The “queen of color” created this project based on a unique color scheme, composed by celadon-greens and bonbon pinks. With typical brilliance, she elevates what could be a kawaii-cute tone with sophisticated, tongue-in-cheek flourishes.
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These excentric colors are a tribute to the place’s most sought-after delight the delicious macarons. The interior designer was trying to achieve a successful combo between the naive patisserie environment and a glamorou of a modern tea salon. For that Mahdavi incorporated elegant velvet armchairs alternating with the more casual wooden seats.Also known as the “garden of delights”, Ladurée Tea Salon is enriched with lovely details in its interior decoration, like blown glass floret light pieces and meringue-shaped ceiling lamps. Not to mention the twisting candy-stick tables which give to the interior decor a cheerful, funny, Willy Wonka-like touch.
As you enter the space, it gives you the sensation of stepping inside a “mille-feuille”. This playful project it’s an Instagram dreamworld for taking that perfect photo. In there you will experience typical French delicacies with contemporary twists, like a strawberry,a pistachio saint honoré or the popular fluffy macarons, and a Chinese thimble-full of aromatic tea.