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This is a new Tex-Mex restaurant in Jupiter. Undoubtedly beautifully decorated, something was missing. Being a large open space, noise was a huge issue. Adding plants helps soften the noise that comes with large dining areas. The Jungle used a combination of artificial plants hanging from the ceiling in both the dining and bar area. Live floor plants spread throughout the interior space. The goal of the outdoor space was to be visible from the parking lot to draw the casual customers eye to the patio.
Cactus Grill and Tequila Bar
Live tropical floor plants compliment this custom mural in the bar area.
Above the waiting area we went with rustic terra cotta planters with succulents, cactus, and pony tail palms.
We wanted to cover up the unsightly columns so we went with preserved and artificial moss. It helps with softening the sound and looks AMAZING. It does need maintenance from time to time because it is a high traffic area.
Ponytail Palm and Snake Plants border this sign to bring it together with the furniture.
Low maintenance mini Cacti on every table.
Artificial Plants above the bar area to help soften sound and create a tropical oasis.
Second column covered in preserved moss. These poles were unsightly and they also help with sound reduction.
A look at the bar area the moment you enter the space takes you into a world that combines desert and tropical.
These dividers between two separate restaurants needed some color. Custom planters hung using low maintenance full sun succulents.
These yellow planters were chosen to make a huge statement along with these 8ft Christmas Palms to create shade for the diners.
Custom painted planters imported from mexico to keep with the Tex-Mex theme.
A look at the patio from the street. The front planters clearly create an entrance way for diners into the outdoor bar.
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