The Black Iris Café Interior Design in Montenegro



The Black Iris Café is a contemporary creation of Russian architect Alexey Nikolashin. The café is located in the coastal town of Budva, Montenegro or Montenegrin Kuwait. Even though it’s called Black Iris Café it can be considered a restaurant. It serves Greek, Italian and Mediterranean cuisine. Sitting in the busy shopping plaza in Buvda, the restaurant is always full of people.

As you can imagine, there’s more to this place than just a simple restaurant. It also includes a bar area. The interior design of both volumes is contemporary and simple. The décor is modern and yet rustic, with wooden furniture and simple lines. The bar is simple and chic. It features wooden tables and chairs and the bar is made from the same material as well. The finish is the same throughout. The chairs have brown leather upholstery and they are both stylish and comfortable.

The Black Iris Café is a stylish and quiet place where you can enjoy a bite to eat, a coffee with friends or a cocktail. There are plenty of options to choose from. The atmosphere inside is relaxed and calm. The simplicity of the interior let’s you focus on the company and not the décor. The mix of sophisticated and casual elements is in permanent balance. The interior is chic and stylish but there’s also something familiar about it. The curtains, the wooden furniture and the atmosphere make you feel almost like home.


Published by in Apartments, on April 2nd, 2012

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