To honor White Dog Cafe’s Victorian-era building, Rohe Creative chose rich jewel tones, fringes, trims, and tassels for a vintage feel in the 1,600-square-foot expansion.
The maximalist aesthetic extends to dog paintings on the weatherworn wood walls and encaustic flooring resembling latticework.
Canine images on bathroom wallcovering pays homage to the restaurant’s original, whimsical design.
Botanical wallcovering and floral upholstery evoke a residential and cozy atmosphere in the bilevel solarium space.
Faux foliage spills from the first floor’s solarium window, transitioning into real plants downstairs.
Sunlight pours into the tropical patio space.
The 12-seat Parlor Bar curves along the ground floor with a palette of blue, coral, and green.
Vintage oil paintings and canine imagery imbue the interior with an eclectic feel.
Bold patterns add a contemporary touch to the Victorian-era building.
A Pullman-style booth anchors the solarium space against a backdrop of greenery and botanical wallcoverings.
The original solarium window is a backdrop to the blue Pullman-style booth with floral accents.