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It’s an all-white affair at this paint splattered wine bar

Less is more at this Prague bar, which has an all-white colour palette inspired by an artist’s studio.

Local designers Jan Plechac and Henry Wielgus oversaw the ultra-minimal interiors for Dvojka, covering brick walls, empty wine bottles and wooden furniture in gallons of white paint for the watering hole’s gallerist owner.

The ultra-minimal interiors of Dvojka bar in Prague
Photography: Boysplaynice

The pair poured a fresh new concrete floor and also splattered that in paint, to give guests the feeling of being in an artist’s studio. There are a few quirky details to be found in the bar, however, including bright neon signage, and a wall of stacked vintage refrigerators. Industrial touches come in the form of barrels repurposed as tables, and metal stools which have all been dipped in paint.

Dvojka celebrates a communal spirit, with guests clustering around a central table lit by candles. A large circular mirror on the ceiling creates unusual shadowplay come evening.

Veletržní 302/40, Prague 7-Bubeneč

The ultra-minimal interiors of Dvojka bar in Prague
Photography: Boysplaynice
The ultra-minimal interiors of Dvojka bar in Prague
Photography: Boysplaynice

[h/t Frame]

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