restaurant L'Ouvrier
the marion house book

Scraggly, unkempt electrical cords can be the bane a well-designed interior. At L’Ouvrier Restaurant in Toronto, black electrical cords are wound and tacked onto walls in spirally designs, turning a normally ugly element into something visually pleasing, without trying to hide it. 

restaurant L'Ouvrier
spoon studio

restaurant L'Ouvrier
the marion house book

A fine solution.

via Remodelista; top and bottom photo via The Marion House Book; midde photo via Spoon Studio

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