The word “interior” is inescapable in today’s world, and the concept of a “cafe” is a very familiar one.
But, it’s not always so clear which “interiors” should be part of the conversation.
With the rise of online communities, cafes are increasingly being used as venues to share ideas and experiences, as well as to meet and socialize.
And while most cafes have their own unique design philosophy, there’s an increasing trend for cafes to incorporate new ideas from other spaces into their design, from the interior to the exterior.
The new trend has seen an influx of cafe-inspired design, and some of the most creative cafes in the world are taking cues from other elements in their design.
We spoke to freelance interior design designer and founder of Cafe Interiors, Sarah Binder to find out what makes a good cafe interior.
We want to hear your ideas!
Sarah: Hi, I’m Sarah Binders, founder of Café Interiors.
I started Cafe Interions in 2008 with a simple concept.
To me, a great interior design idea should be as simple as possible.
This was something I tried to make clear to clients.
I’m a design student, and I wanted to get a job in the industry where I could help them build a design studio.
The first time I saw a cafe, I thought it was a waste of time, so I started my own.
I had a few ideas and started experimenting.
Then, after three years, I came up with the design for Cafe Interior.
We are the only design studio that offers a cafe interior to clients, and it has been a success.
We’re a place where clients come to have a coffee, chat, or just relax and create some great designs.
In 2016, we started offering a cafe for the first time in the UK.
Today, we offer a wide range of interior design solutions for all types of home and office spaces, from simple to intricate.
Here are some of our favourite cafe interior designs that you can get to work on today.