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4 Interior Design Trends for Your Coffee Shop
Team Offbeat | 24 Oct

We have a look at some of the latest interior design trends for your coffee shop. From dramatic tones of black to metallic accents, we explore innovative ways to revive your coffee shop interior design just in time for the new season.

Statement Ceiling

Quite often overlooked, ceiling design can make a positively bold impact on any interior design scheme. Adding texture in the form of embossed ceiling tiles or wooden beams can help create interest and depth. Think of the ceiling as a fifth wall and create a visually striking impression by adding decorative detailing – whether it’s a collection of mirrors covering an expanse of ceiling or a subtle drop down panel with suspended pendants.

Metallic Accents

This season’s metallic trend is a fail-safe way to add modern elegance to your coffee shop interior design. With a focus on polished nickel, silver and bronze, metallics can help to create a stylish and opulent space. Play contrasting finishes against one another with matte, shiny and textured surfaces to add depth. Metallic accents in wallpaper, fabric and furniture can help to add a subtle sense of elegance to your coffee shop interior.

Outdoor Space

If you are lucky enough to have some outdoor space at your coffee shop, don’t abandon it as the cooler months approach. Think of it as an extension of your interior design. Not only a practical asset in terms of increasing covers, you can also use it as a unique selling point. Investing in a fire pit or an outdoor heater as well as adding the odd rug, throw and pillow here and there will help to create a warm, cosy and inviting space where your customers can escape their busy schedules.


Dark and moody tones are what it’s all about this winter! Forget French farmhouse whites and greys, this season it’s all about drama! Be bold and apply matt black paint to statement walls for dramatic effect, or inject a subtle hint with black light fittings. The versatile shade can suggest simplicity and timeless elegance and, when cleverly applied, can help to create depth and perspective in your coffee shop. However you choose to use this dark tone, remember to balance it with contrasting lighter adjacent walls and accessories for instant sophistication.

By Charlotte Anderson

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