I was collecting this gallery for a long long time... In my opinion, that‘s the best interiors of cafes, restaurants and even hotel restaurants which when I look at, I immediately tell “wow“ in my mind. Of course, I haven‘t seen a lot yet, however, it doesn‘t disturb to share what I‘ve already seen and found, does it?
I want to joy that cafes and restaurants‘ interiors are becoming nicer and more and more modern, becoming applicable to contemporary interior trends – catering is coming back to trend in Lithuania again and more and more often we switch from homemade meatballs to restaurant chef improvisations.
The photos above and below the given text are of the same cafe – it‘s unbelievable how spacy the first one looks and how small, however, cozy at the same time at the second photograph! It‘s nice to see my described Brooklyn wallpapers which look like tiles and the cafe title which is made of hexagon mosaic tiles.
The same situation again – both photos (above and below) are of the same bistro cafe. For the time being such interiors, at least in Vilnius, are “baked“ for a lot of oldtown cafes and even though such a mix of Scandinavian and industrial styles is used often, for me it‘s still cozy and beautiful...
You see the hotel restaurant interior fragment. A magic color combination and original illuminator bribed me. In general, the whole hotel interior is worth attention, I suggest you to explore that (there‘s a link on a photo).
A cozy industrial style interior, enlivened by “transparent" wall (I saw that there‘s a roll material). The blue and black chairs look very delicious, especially this colour play: one chair blue only on legs, the other one – almost the whole, etc.
Admit that this view is indeed cozy and inviting to sit down. In our “Inns“, etc., you can indeed see such a solution. Super!
This photo was taken by one of the lovers of coffee which uploads a lot of photos related to coffee. The colors black and deep brown with grey are very similar to espresso coffee, aren‘t they?
The combination of the color white, white bricks, squared tiles and plywood immediately bribed me – I‘d definitely go to explore the offered menu!
I was enchanted by this restaurant atmosphere – the combination of red bricks, the color black and soft lighting, “sharpened“ by metal net. I also paid attention to a very interesting table numeration solution.
It‘s strange but that‘s a hotel restaurant! Probably the question arises and what‘s the hotel itself like? You click on a link which is on a photo and you already explore this non-standard hotel! It‘s absolutely industrial, loft style interior would probably be loved not by everyone who‘s used to seeing only the luxurous or luxury-reminding interior.
This cafe interior with non-standard walls and ceiling architecture was probably seen by a lot of people but it's still the one which I like very much. To bend a panel in such a way isn‘t so easy! Everything‘s absolutely perfectly combined here, beginning from the colour and style and ending with even font.
This interior isn‘t somewhat super “wow“, but I dare say that greatness is hidden in simplicity and this cafe owners didn‘t invest a lot to this interior and the view is indeed nice, modern and vivacious.
There‘s only the part of the whole restaurant which left the greatest impression. The unreal chairs, colours and greenery suit a lot.
Lighting hat and a hat in a picture – isn‘t that nice? I‘d say it would be a very so-so interior but those two elements make it very vivid!
As always I was bribed by red bricks, wood, black color and giant illuminators wrapped around the column. Well, it‘s indeed original!
A cozy corner with braided chairs and soft pillows. The ones who‘re sitting on a bench are probably more satisfied :))