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10 restaurant interiors suitable for spring

For the Easter weekend, we're rounded up 10 restaurants with designs that suit the spring season, including a plant-filled eatery in Tel-Aviv, a vegan cafe in California and a Vancouver restaurant that pairs plants with floral fabrics.

The Botanist, Canada, by Ste Marie

For this Vancouver restaurant, local design studio Ste Marie paired added a variety of plants, along with pastel tones and floral-patterned furniture.

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Madison, USA, by Archisects

Colourful details feature through this cedar-clad restaurant in San Diego, which boasts geometric tiles, vibrant blue alcoves and a dramatic arched ceiling.

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Cafeteria, Israel, by Meir Guri

Featuring dusty pink surfaces and multicoloured marble tiles, this restaurant by Israeli designer Meir Gur stands out at the entrance of the Gindi Fashion Mall in Tel Aviv. Other features include large plants and brass hanging pendants.

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Yafo, France, by Studio Sur Rue

This pastel pink deli in Paris is dedicated to hummus and Israeli dining culture. The pink tones extend across the walls and furnishings, and also feature as the grout for the white tiling.

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Smallfry Seafood restaurant by Sans-Arc Studio

Smallfry Seafood, Australia, by Sans-Arc Studio

This Adelaide fish and chip combines blue terrazzo, mottled grey travertine and stained wood to create a subtle seaside experience for customers.

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Stella Collective insert a tropical canopy into a Brighton cafe

Red Roaster, UK, by The Stella Collective

Melbourne studio The Stella Collective combined lush tropical plants with white walls and skylights for this cafe built in a former Brighton post office, to emulate the feeling of being in a jungle.

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Designer, Morag Myerscough, redesigns the Bernie Grant Arts Centre in London

Bernie Grant Arts Centre cafe, UK, by Morag Myerscough

British designer Morag Myerscough wanted to highlight the "exuberance and enthusiasm" of the staff in this David Adjaye-designed cafe, so created vibrant geometric textiles, tiles and furniture to fill the space.

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The Budapest Cafe, China, by Biasol

Inspired by Wes Anderson's film The Grand Budapest Hotel, Australian studio Biasol opted for a combination of pastel hues with terrazzo marble surfaces for this cafe in Chengdu.

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Treves and Hyde, UK, by Grzywinski + Pons

Ochre walls and furnishings are paired with concrete surfaces and an abundance of plants in this London restaurant, by New York studio Grzywinski + Pons. The aim was to create a "warm and welcoming" experience.

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Little Pine by Studio Hus

Little Pine Restaurant, USA, by Studio Hus

Owned by American musician Moby, this vegan cafe in Los Angeles reflects the musician's love of mid-century modern style. It was designed to mix the light materials and atmosphere of Californian modernism with the rustic charm of Upstate New York.

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