It Took 250 Pounds of Glitter to Make This Restaurant's Bathroom

By F&W Editors Posted April 07, 2015

When they were designing their newest restaurant, San Francisco chefs Stuart Brioza and Nicole Krasinski decided the space should match how they think about food: "Classic, with modern nuances and super pops that come out of nowhere."

When they were designing their newest restaurant, San Francisco chefs Stuart Brioza and Nicole Krasinski decided the space should match how they think about food: "Classic, with modern nuances and super pops that come out of nowhere." They pulled it off. Texture is everywhere at The Progress, from the ceiling (where a super-high-gloss finish highlights the 100-year-old blemishes) to the sparkly bathroom (made with 250 pounds of glitter). Here, an inside look at the fascinating construction process.

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