A roundup of some of our favorite café designs from across the globe, including a yarn shop and tea house in Paris, a kitschy camera-themed café in Seoul, a bakery-café that feels like a museum of modern art in Kiev and more.
This tea house and yarn shop mixes retail and restaurant to maximum effect.
The folk art cafe interior carries over into the yarn shop interior.
This 1895 Pump House was transformed into a Parisian-style café with a giant chandelier and rustic interior.
A South Korean couple built this café right next to their home.
The tiny interior is just as charming as the exterior.
This coffee shop is a classic with high-end finishes and modern American style.
The Royal Exchange Grind is in a building that dates to the 1840s but the spot has been a hub of commerce for hundreds of years.
The beautiful historic building’s history of commerce gets a cheeky call out with this subversive sign:
Located in the center of a park, Nooderparkbar is a tiny black structure in the middle of a family-friendly park.
Boasting espresso, cocktails and “vintagedesign” this coffee shop and bar is styled to look like a midcentury rec room.
Replete with iconic midcentury elements, patterns and textures, Fuglen is a stylized retro bar.
With its interior wrapped in bamboo, Caffe Streets envelops patrons in a world that feels removed from the busy street outside.
A dramatic interior pairs well with the hustle and bustle of this popular Silver Lake neighborhood stop.
A modern French patisserie meets a museum of modern art, The Cake brings patrons up close and personal with playful pieces of art.
We’re taking a deep dive into beverage-driven restaurants this year. You can see our full coverage of coffee and tea bars here.