How to design an original coffee shop?
One option could be to work with an original color, such as our color trend of the month-Maya Blue could be.
A bright and sunny color, which is also the most popular colour among photographers and graphic designers who prefer the cool and calming atmosphere of this colour. Inspired by the soothing blue tone of the sea, this color scheme evokes thoughts of relaxation and tranquility. It’s one of our favourite colour schemes because it’s both soothing and yet eye-catching.
In this post, I collected for original coffee shop designs to inspire you. Which one is your favorite? Share on Instagram by tagging @italianbark
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4 original coffee shops with Maya Blue
A gothic style coffee shop in Antwerp
The former Chapel of Sint-John in the Cathedral of Our Lady in Antwerp is rebuild into a meeting place for churchgoers and tourists. The bar, designed in a contemporary gothic style, serves as central greeting and reception space. Eye-pleasing and functional, it is defined by a central area underlined in Maya blue . Discover more here
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A Canadian retro style coffee / 4 original coffee shop designs
Situated in downtown Montreal, Caffettiera Caffé Bar features a monolithic black terrazzo bar that welcomes people into the open space, in a retro interior defined by Rubik’s Cube mirrors and a checkerboard floor. Design studio Ménard Dworkind . Read more here
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A playful coffee bar in sky blue and olive green
Julia Jamrozik and Coryn Kempster have created a playful all-blue cafe in a century-old house in Buffalo, New York; named Tipico Coffee, the cafe’s identity was formed with the intention of designing a space that encourages social interactions and supports local craftsmanship.
“We wanted to use a vibrant colour to visually tie together the bar and benches to create continuity in the space and give visual emphasis to the bar as the main design gesture. We chose blue to both complement the olive green furniture and plants, but also to create moments of contrast with the bespoke yellow lights”
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A zero waste bistrot with light blue / 4 original coffee shop designs
Designed by Linda Bergroth, and co-curated by Bergroth and designer Harri Koskinen, Zero Waste Bistro was built on themes of circular economy, new material innovations, and sustainable design for the WantedDesign Manhattan, during NYCxDesign. Can you believe it is dated back to May 2018? Discover more here