The team has kept the rest of the bar finishes fresh and light in pale refined concrete, in keeping with the industrial theme. The back bar is dominated by a range of curved arches set at different heights, in dusky coloured pigmented plaster from Clayworks, picked out with soft lighting, highlighting the curves and casting a glow onto the antique mirrored shelves, glassware and bottles. The fluted bar front is also raw, contrasting with a lush, seaweed-toned marble countertop with double bullnose edge. Rising above the kitchen pass is a series of glazed metal framed panels featuring atmospheric botanical motifs by artist Justin J Hibbs.
The design scheme centres on a modern Deco-beach palette of clashing pinks, corals, pale mints, teal greens, and dusky blues. Oversized ‘Deco-fabulous’ booth-banquettes in clashing coral and pink offer an Instagram-worthy dining spot beneath oversized pop-art pieces by Oli Epp – specially commissioned for Bondi Green by the clients, founders Prue Freeman and Tom Onions (all of the Daisy Collection venues include bold and colourful art, often specially commissioned by the clients or on loan from their private collection).