Whether you’re planning on opening a new café or looking to revamp the interior of an existing cafe, you may be stuck for some ideas. So we’ve put our heads together and come up with 5 ideas which you might like.
- Parisian style café – Most people when they think of Paris conjure up a picture of city streets and narrow twisting alleys laid out with café tables complete with wicker chairs. You probably know the saying ‘old is gold’ and somehow Parisian interiors never fail to tempt customers through the door. Why? They offer versatile seating, both indoors and out, and whether someone wants to grab a quick coffee or spend their time people-watching, Parisian themes ooze with style, like no other.
- Retro diners -The Americans brought their diners to life in the 1950’s with breakfast bars and booth seating. Offering just the right balance of functionality and view out, diner style cafes offered privacy to customers and a good view of the street through their large picture windows. You really can’t go wrong with a timeless interior such as this, and booths are also ideal for freelancers wanting just enough privacy in an atmosphere that is casual and relaxed.
- Industrial décor – Exposed brickwork, weathered furniture and concrete beams, give a laid-back rustic feel to interiors. Industrial décor is also versatile, meaning you can add a few quirky items, making it look like work is in progress. Galvanised steel chairs with a few earthy accents, are a great way to pull this look off.
- Green café – A garden-like atmosphere with plenty of natural light flooding in offers much-needed respite from towering office blocks in cities and is sure to attract many customers. Lounging amongst greenery with delightful floral scents offers a perfect escape from computer screens, and is sure to make your café a hit.
- Minimal interiors with neutral colours – Think how modern offices have transformed from being stuffy places lined with cramped cubicles to light, open-plan areas with communal tables for small teams to sit around, collaborate, and exchange ideas. Why not use this idea for your café interior with an open layout, sharing tables, and earthy colours, which is just what today’s millennials want. A minimal interior is functional and smacks of sustenance.
We can’t emphasise enough that today’s café goers are looking for way more than a quick snack and cup of coffee on the go. Instead, they’re seeking the whole café experience. Creating the right ambience and interior for your customer demographic is a sure-fire means of achieving success.
Here at Café Furniture Melbourne, we have a wide range of café furniture at great value for money prices, to create a myriad of different design ideas. Why not browse our online store for inspiration and visit our showroom to see the furniture for yourself.