Monday, March 28, 2011

Kapok Tree Inn - Fort Lauderdale, Florida

The Garden Room, lined with Honduras fern wood, features a beamed ceiling.  A highlight of the room is the fountain, formed on the premises with authentic sea shells.

The Sunflower Room, largest of the dining rooms, seats 500.  Plastic domes in the ceiling let in the outside and serve as planters for various tropical vegitation.

The Chandelier Room - French wall panels with candlelights from Italy complement the magnificent chandelier and had painted dome.  Supported by Corinthian columns, this room is reminiscent of a European palace.

The Bird Room, flanked with artistic panels of exotic birds, is patterned after European aviaries.  A giant schefflera reaches for the latticed ceiling, destined support a canopy of vines.

1 comment:

  1. first time I entered this restaurant "resort" I felt like I was dreaming...being only 5 or 6 years old at the felt like Disney!