“Chef Doug Paine celebrates the connection of Lake Champlain to the sea by sourcing the finest, freshest quality regional seafood. Each morning, Doug networks with local and regional farmers, purveyors, and fishermen to source our menu, with daily deliveries from the ports.” –bleuvt.com
A busy waiter station needed a sound and visual to buffer guests that are enjoying their meals without interruption and distraction.
The drapery hardware was custom painted black so it would completely disappear into ceiling.
The ripplefold carriers created the columns of folds, we carefully weighted the hems with continuous links of drapery weights, so the folds stay uniform and soft.
For the waiter station, Abigail designed ceiling mounted ripplefold drapes, for design continuity within the entire dining room. The drapery stacks out of the way- yet rolls( literally on wheeled carriers) in as a divider with ease - allowing guest to enjoy a peaceful and relaxing meal.
The fabric she selected is a fire retardant ( required in commercial space) but with a lovely cotton twill hand.
The waiter station drapery was made for noise reduction and privacy and coordinates nicely with the panels in the restaurant's dining room.
"Drapery looks great. We appreciate you working so quickly with our tight lunch schedule!" -Christian-Manager of Bleu.