When the weather is nice, the windows of this cafe are opened up and people can choose whether they want to sit inside or on the extended…

10 Unique Coffee Shops In Asia / JJA/Bespoke Architecture designed Elephant Grounds, a coffee shop in Hong Kong that emphasizes indoor-outdoor engagement thanks to it's design that opens out onto the street to encourage interaction between the people in t

A coffee shop is an ideal business for a gregarious person who appreciates fine coffee. To open a successful coffee shop, you will need equipment for brewing and serving coffee, as well as decor and tables to create a friendly atmosphere. The equipment for opening a coffee shop can range from quite inexpensive to extremely costly, depending on the...

Equipment Needed to Open a Coffee Shop

#fuelcoffee   Credit: #shawnmebo via #Flickr

fuel=coffee, spirit wear, and school supplies; plus love the logo and sign style.

You can basically name just about every late night coffee shop, restaurant, and store within a 10 mile radius of you. | 18 Truths Only People Who Stay Up Late Will Understand

You can basically name just about every late-night coffee shop, restaurant, and store within a 10-mile radius of you.

You can basically name just about every late night coffee shop, restaurant, and store within a 10 mile radius of you.

funny coffee31 Funny things found at local coffee shops (32 photos)

Funny things found at local coffee shops (32 photos)

Inside, the black service area and window frames contrast the wood and white details used throughout the cafe.

Vegetation above the bar counter Inside, the black service area and window frames contrast the wood and white details used throughout the cafe.

coffee shop ideas decorations - Google Search

Coffee and Friends are the Perfect Blend Wall Decal Decor Kitchen, dining room, coffee shop decorations

Warm Wood for counter or side bar

This is a cool idea to use as inspiration as a study space if you've got a great view: Window Bar - Hillbilly Tea

Steven Fong Architect collaborated with design entrepreneur Lorne Gertner, to turn a small gap between two converted warehouse buildings in Toronto, Canada, into a coffee shop and showroom, named Tokyo Smoke Found.

Image 9 of 13 from gallery of Tokyo Smoke Found / Steven Fong Architect. Photograph by A-Frame/Ben Rahn

Pinterest
Search