A downtown coffeehouse interior design inspired by the concept of harmonious coexistence of diverse elements. The final result is a unique design with a distinct look and great aesthetic appeal. The color palette is basically neutral, dominated by dark hues and contrasts in white.
A large variety of seating options is available for the guests. The interior is divided into three zones that all share the same space but are all furnished separately. There are regular round tables with designer chairs to the right, sofas and coffee tables to the left, and bar tables with high stools in the middle. The bar counter is located at the far end of the interior space. It is simple and quite minimalist in design so it fits in just right in the setting.
The floor is laid with dark laminate and the walls are finished in grey plaster with white wainscoting and accent brick cladding. The ceiling is left basically unrefined – with exposed vent pipes and drop-down lights. There is however a suspended ceiling over the bar counter area that is finished in wood paneling and fitted with recessed lights.