I was introduced to Chaps last Christmas while I was visiting family in Spokane, Washington. It's known for having amazing food and a really unique design. Driving up to the front of the restaurant, I was completely blown away. It's without a doubt the most eclectic, interesting establishment I've ever set my eyes on. I literally took over a hundred photos of every nook and cranny of this place [even numerous photos of the bathroom- it was THAT good!] and it would take me several posts just to give you the official tour. The place was made even more famous by a visit from Guy Fieri and his Food Network show Diners, Drive-ins and Dives [you can proof in the last photo]. This place has been impeccably curated by owner Celeste Shaw. I had the privilege of meeting Celeste and chatting with her about her restaurant and design aesthetic, since it's very similar to my own. Here are a few photos I took upon entering Chaps [there's MANY more that I'll share later on].
|Who would have thought to use the pages from old books and music as wallpaper?!|
|Such a great use of vintage plates and platters in an arrangement over the fireplace.|
|Yes, that's a random old child's play kitchen.|
|Love the use of old frames around playing cards.|
|Guy Fieri's stamp of approval.|