Crafted by Schoos Design, the 235-seat Knife & Spoon restaurant at the Ritz-Carlton, Orlando Grande Lakes pays homage to the region’s history and landscape.
The lounge invites guests to enjoy the comforts as if in their own home, featuring a palette of warm, rich gray hues mixed with bold, saturated jewel tones. The playful juxtaposition of traditional yet modern finishes include gray venetian plaster wall finishes, gray oak flooring, and colorful patterned rugs.
The centerpiece of the space is a brass clad bar with natural turquoise stone. Upon entering the dining room, guests will immediately notice the white “cloud ceiling” seemingly floating over a sculpted moss garden. This focal point brings a sense of the outdoors in, while an exposed kitchen brings an energy to the room.
The steakhouse and seafood restaurant will be led by Chef John Tesar and opens in September.
Rendering: Courtesy of Schoos Design