This New Wine Bar Is A Pastel Modern Dream
Workstead's latest happy hour hot spot.
The only thing better than enjoying a hefty glass of wine at the end of the day, is enjoying a glass of wine in an aesthetically-appealing setting. So, when we caught wind that Workstead, the Brooklyn-based design studio and shop responsible for tons of design-savvy spots, created a new wine bar in Tulsa, we had to see the entire space for ourselves.
Vintage, the new wine haven, embodies Tulsa's art-deco mastery and developing design culture. Comprised of jewel tones, sharp structure, and luxurious textures, the space's natural energy is both relaxing and exiting. The warm color palette was made possible by Farrow and Ball's carefully crafted paints, which are emphasized with Workstead's signature lighting pieces. The design studio also brought in a few of its works of furniture by local craftsman, Eric Fransen. The bar, finished with mirrored and brass accents, features a mix of contemporary and antique pieces and a compelling visual contrast.
So, how did this entire project come together? Workstead actually created their very first comprehensive branding package, in which the team dove into every aspect of the space and its surrounding culture. The experts worked together to create everything from a logo to a website to reserve list — and the results are immaculate.
With Vintage, Workstead aimed to create a new wine destination in the American Midwest. And, as a growing city in terms of design and popularity, Tulsa was the perfect spot to establish an up-and-coming bar. See every nook and cranny for yourself here, and for the full experience, we recommend stopping in for a few glasses, too.
Need wine suggestions? Pick a bottle from our curated red wine list here.