vintage look and feel

  1. The Grounds of Alexandria: A Coffee House with an Amazing Vintage Style Interiors

    Designed by Caroline Choker , we love this amazing vintage style interiors and furniture in this unique coffee house. Located in an old pie factory from the early 1900’s, The Grounds of Alexandria is the flagship venue for its specialty coffee. The Grounds of Alexandria has fast become Sydney’s sacred site for the caffeine keen. While most visitors come here for the food, locals use the gardens as a meeting place while others stop by to pick up fresh fruit and flowers or home made lemonade from the stalls within the grounds.The result is an enigmatic and charming space that has won the hearts of visitors and locals alike. So it’s no surprise that some couples also view The Grounds

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  2. Eclectic Atmosphere In Nuka Bistro by Gosho Stefanov, Romania

    Eclectic bars are one of my favourites. With their frenzy to combine decorative styles and statements, you never get bored. This is also the case with Nuka Bistro below, a cozy, eclectic restaurant designed by Gosho Stefanov in Cluj, Romania. The special bistro is located inside of a historical building which was constructed a few hundred years ago in the city centre. The interior design reinvents the origins of the location, being inspired by classic French style. Meanwhile, contemporary insertions create contrast and diversity. Thus, an eclectic composition resulted. The approximately 150 square meters is divided into two rooms which communicate with each other and have separate access from the street. Tolix chairs, sofas and armchairs upholstered in linen, old wooden bar furniture and countertops crea

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