AYI Makes Successful Debut into Cincinnati's Restaurant and Bar Design Market Amid Pandemic

By: Amy Youngblood Interiors
 
Amy Youngblood Interiors
Amy Youngblood Interiors
CINCINNATI - Sept. 11, 2020 - PRLog -- Amy Youngblood Interiors, known traditionally for its higher end residential projects and boutique style commercial jobs, has victoriously emerged into the world of restaurant and bar design amid the pandemic. Two of the firm's clients, Catch-A-Fire Pizza in Blue Ash, and Esoteric Brewing Co. in Walnut Hills, have triumphantly opened their doors to great reviews.

Catch-A-Fire pizza, already operating within MadTree Brewing, opened its first free standing, full-service restaurant in August for dine-in eating. The 3,500 square foot space was designed to incorporate the colors, existing branding, and upscale, casual atmosphere. With a palette of burnt oranges, soft blues and neutrals, the space is well-balanced with custom woodwork, a hand patinaed wood fire oven and a custom oversized flame-style fixture in the main entryway. AYI created and designed all the selections, including the flooring, countertops furniture, fabrics, lighting, tile, plumbing, paint colors and wallcoverings. According to owners Jeff and Melissa Ledford, "Amy Youngblood Interiors did a phenomenal job designing our new restaurant space in Blue Ash!  She listened to our needs and made the process easy and manageable." Furniture was sourced by Dan Binford and Associates.

Esoteric Brewing Co., https://www.esotericbrewing.com/ housed in the historic Paramount Building in Walnut Hills, opened with great anticipation after delays and COVID. The 6,000 sq. foot space incorporates not only a fully operational brewing facility but large bar and two dining areas with private party space. One unique feature is the reverence of the building's art-deco roots along with a lounge-like and cozy feel not often found in breweries. The custom banquettes, lounge chairs and ottomans are finished off with rich velvets and quality materials made by local company Orange Chair. Again, keeping with theme, AYI utilized a deep red and gray-blue palette along with black, gold, and gray accents. According to co-founder Marvin Abrinica, "We started this project looking for a designer who could bring art deco life to the 90 year- old building. What we found with Amy Youngblood was someone who could take it to another level of grandeur and beauty."

Amy Youngblood Interiors, a certified woman owned business employing a talented team of designers, believes in supporting the local restaurant and bar community, and is committed to designing comfortable, sophisticated, and unique spaces, especially during these uncertain times. She understands the challenges local establishments face, as her husband who owns a restaurant himself. The firm believes in creating design that envelopes their clients' personal tastes and styles. Inspired by all things beautiful and unique, they transform each client's commercial or residential space using high end, technical design tools, a proven creative process, and most importantly, great vision, communication, and service.

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