It was such a gorgeous 60s nautical mod treat that I had to share it here!
Up front their glass counter still hosts a large collection of tacky tourist salt and pepper shaker curios. I love them grouped together like this. That alligator ash tray, perfection.
And this whole statement wall with 60s bar, just beautiful. Those two colors, the eye-searingly bright greens and blues, are a couple of my favorites. They're energizing and just make me happy. The palate of green/blue/yellow and wood tones stays consistent throughout the space unifying it beautifully.
I'm looking to collect similar light fixtures (again, I had some I sold) I especially love that first one hanging there.
And just transfer every inch of this to my future dream home or the cafe/bar that exists in my brain too please, thanks. Of course I love the 60s light fixtures.
And what a clever way to display a prized vintage piece that make it a focal pointed with painted waves!? She looks beautiful.
And I enjoy this open shelving on curios too, basically everywhere you look, this place is a gorgeous well-curated kitschy-class goodness.
Even the bathroom wallpaper is beautiful, god damn. Love the high-low of of-the-moment trendy modern wallpaper and old fashioned vintage flower wall hangings.
And of course the food is amazing too. I always get the veggie burger with side salad but they had a pretty big menu for vegans and vegetarians which is always a plus for me.
Stilt walkers in downtown St. Augustine the same day. I love the holidays.
The Floridan is just our kind of vintage-filled beautiful space in my favorite old city. I'm filed to the brim with inspiration and ideas after every visit.