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We’re taking our obsession with leafy greens from the plate to the wall. Below we’ve identified seven L.A., New York and San Francisco eateries, each with different menus, but one design theme in common: leafy green wallpaper.

From the epic Beverly Hills Hotel to one of our favorite spots in San Fran, check out all the ferns, florals and fronds for yourself…

 

The Fountain Coffee Room | Housed inside the iconic Beverly Hills Hotel, the tiny Fountain Coffee Room is wrapped in planty wallpaper. Come for a classic breakfast and almond capp, stay for the adorable old hollywood design. LEARN MORE

Leo’s Oyster Bar | This San Francisco hotspot is an eclectic design dream come to life. The tropical wallpaper, collage of copper-framed mirrors and live, dangling greenery is a thrill – the menu doesn’t disappoint either. LEARN MORE

Wabi Sabi | Upbeat and eclectic, this innovative sushi spot is a perfect pairing for Venice’s ever-hip Abbot Kinney Boulevard. The orb-encased chandeliers, hanging planters, and moody, floral wallpaper provides a gorgeous juxtaposition to the modern California style sushi. LEARN MORE

Winsome | This Echo Park eatery had us at “plant-heavy menu” but the real star of the hip pseudo-diner is the decor. Midcentury-modern bar stools, gloriously green fiddle leaf fig trees and, our favorite detail, a hand painted wall mural inspired by Phil Dike’s 1938 watercolor “Sunshine in Echo Park”. LEARN MORE

Indochine | Exotic leafy wallpaper makes perfect sense in this NYC restaurant of 80s-era fame, known for it’s equally exotic French-Vietnamese fare. It may be helmed as a “timeless” NOHO classic, but the vibrant, Insta-thirsty wall situation is feeling v contemporary of late. LEARN MORE

Matcha Bar | Matcha in the morning, matcha in the evening, matcha all the time. Matcha Bar’s flagship in Willamsburg, Brooklyn boasts this gorgeous, green plant-print wallpaper, LEARN MORE

Felix Trattoria | This new Italian eatery on Abbot Kinney is the place to go right now for fresh pasta. The menu instantly transports us from Venice, California to Venice, Italy. The cozy interior, playful wallpaper included, creates an ambiance we could linger in all evening. LEANR MORE


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  1. Eautiful places! I’ve always liked plant-based wallpapers. The ones in Fountain Coffee Room are really memorable. I recently turned our garden shed into a sitting area and my husband surprised me by painting similar leaves on one of the walls. It’s gorgeous now, and I’m spending most of my time there.



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