After weeks of anticipation, the KGI team arrived in Annapolis last Friday afternoon. They worked through the weekend to install the major decorative elements in the restaurant.
Here’s a picture of the dining area with the new railings (picket fence on the right, wrought iron on the left) and giant trellis hanging from the ceiling. Once we put the tables and chairs together this weekend, the dining area will be nearly complete.
My favorite part of the restaurant so far is the order counter area — I think the backyard-iness is really coming together in this space. The picture below shows the striped awnings above the windows, the trellis above the order counter, the “pie window,” the lantern lights, and the garden hose-trimmed menu boards.
While I have been informed that bathroom pictures are not interesting, I’m posting one anyway. There is still some work to be done (like installing a faucet), but I think it’s looking good — the tiling, lantern lights, and lattice mirror repeat the design elements of the main areas.
KGI goes to work on the exterior tomorrow, so we’ll have some good pictures by the end of the weekend.