The deceptively diminutive Jolie packs a visual punch with high ceilings, a long, striking bar and grand pitched skylight. The palette of the dining room architecture skews lighter with batten molding on the exposed surfaces to reference the brightness and building heritage of seaside culture. The bar itself is the focal part of the space and draws direct design inspiration from the craftsmanship, details and finishing of wooden boats. Brass elements employed in various details adds a bit of timeless luxury and beautifully plays off the dark, rich walnut tones and marble tables. A deep, azure blue is the dominant color in the restaurant and serves as the backdrop at secondary walls and the undertones for the beach inspired dining room tile. The space is finished with a lushness of plant life dotting the skylight, booth seating wall and standalone planters.