The interiors of New York’s Saxon + Parole restaurant are a lesson in quiet sophistication
The interiors of NYC restaurant Saxon + Parole are a fine lesson in quiet sophistication. We love the modernist theme at work here with its warm wooded interiors, straight backed cane chairs, simple white table linen and statement lighting that make up the décor. The equine theme is apparent, from the name of the restaurant itself (named after award-winning, New York racehorses at the turn of the century) to the horseshoe accents in the décor, to the branding graphics, not to forget the art on the walls. The rich leather upholstery in one section of the restaurant gives the space a discreetly masculine touch. The interiors have been designed by AvroKO, a design and concept firm.