| September 1st, 2021
The interior of Il Mulino by day, looks just as classy as it does by night. If anything, I'd say it looks a bit more like a museum or library common area — only, there's no art or books around.
Those blonde wood "barn doors" that are hanging on either side are on a track, and can be slid back and forth. This would either open the entire space and make it feel larger, or cut the main dining area into three (or more) sections, so that large groups can have a more private space.