The Rose Tattoo is a Philadelphia restaurant located in an iconic Victorian building originally built in 1850. Several years ago, heavy rains led to the partial collapse of the roof and extensive water damage on all three floors. The columns from the original bar were just about to be thrown away when our team was lucky enough to step in and salvage them.
The tin ceiling is original but, in the areas that needed replacing, we managed to seamlessly weave in the new sections; it looks uniform! The bar top is Carrera marble, which contrasts nicely against the rich wood detail and vintage-style pendant lamps. We also refinished the original wood floors and re-purposed former church pews to provide eclectic seating in the second-floor dining room.
We believe the success of any project, no matter the size, relies on the synergy and cohesion of the team behind it.
When it comes to your project, we are in your corner throughout the whole process; your peace-of-mind is as important to us as any design detail.