Choosing the seating style and pulling off an attractive layout is the soul of this retail design. At Evadys, we're making leather-backed wooden chairs a comeback, as seen in Melbourne's dessert cafe in Box Hill. No fussy seat covers, just plain old black with simple legs, to keep seating layout bold and eye-catching. Our team pair Hans-Wegner inspired chairs with custom-made banquet seats and matching cushions, keeping our consistent timber material. Different style - same colour.
Neutral white can be bold -less is more, make a statement like us by adding on white paper lanterns over table. Our handpicked low hanging lanterns, its rippled and feather effect accentuates lightness and casting faint feather epidemic on windows, illusion of spaciousness
Splash of blues - we choose to accent our client's branding blue colour against the black and white and wood, like in this photo, overlooking cafe menus and cafe counter and preparation benches.
Again, we are taking plain white ceiling to the next level. Rows of evenly spaced down-lights, less harsh on the eyes, yet creating beautiful washes of lights, illuminating this skinny cafe layout, adding richness to the design without unnecessary confusion. Vintage as decor - Moritata client completed our interior styling with an antique upright wooden piano over colourful decor, which is simple, neutral and perfect to make a statement .
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Design team opt for concrete effect wall finishes against our norm black and white and wood, providing the same neutral appearance, less striking and gentle on the eyes. Notice the grey background which brilliantly stands out in our client's photography styling.
Fall for our natural timber slates partition wall,effectively diving entrance and dine-in layout, allowing more habitable floor space, injecting life and giving this interior personality.
Stepping out of the box, our design team take Box Hill retail café onto the street with this window edge custom buffet seating. Framing the buffet seats in timber, highlighted Moritata’s charming atmosphere in contrast to neutral concrete grey-paint wall. Taking advantages of the building external colour palette and frameless, we choose matching floor tiles to diffuse and blur out the edges, thus increasing visibility. Evadys design is more than simply words when it comes to designing.