A sustainable approach to interior design.

The Bloom Cafe forms a central hub for the surrounding business park, and required a redesign to create a space which was less corporate and more inviting.

We utilised a lot of the existing equipment to help reduce costs for our clients; fabricating new front and side panels for the main counter, and installing new solid surface work tops. This has the benefit of saving funds, but also is a sustainable way to redesign a space.

A new colour palette of soft greens and blues sit seamlessly alongside reclaimed timber wall cladding and herringbone patterned flooring.

The seating layout was carefully considered to allow for different groupings and zones – smaller more intimate dining for two, or communal lunch meetings.

Brick slips and reclaimed timber help add a real sense of texture and interest throughout the space, with punchy neon signage incorporating the client’s brand, and signature colour.

The end result is a relaxed, comfortable space – the perfect lunchtime escape.

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Project Details

  • October 2022
  • Kitchen works, flooring, decoration and seating
  • Fully designed and Project Managed by D3 Team

Before and After