4 Coffee Shop Interiors We Love

From light and airy, to colorful and cozy, here are a few our favorite trend-setting spaces to grab a cup of coffee.

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Row of white Hula Chairs in coffee shop.

There is one thing all four of these cafes have in common: great design. From light and airy, to colorful and cozy, here are 5 trend-setting spaces that are not only beautiful, but have awesome coffee!

Alfred Coffee & Tea Co.

We’ll be showcasing this space more in the future, but we wanted to give you a sneak peek inside of this West Coast cafe that has been a coffee shop design icon for almost a decade. Since 2013, when their first cafe opened on Melrose Ave., they differentiated through design. From the “But first, coffee” sign that has captured America’s hearts and filled our Instagram feeds, to the mesmerizing wallpaper, each cafe is a masterclass in maximalism on a commercial scale and we love it.

Go Get Em Tiger

GGET may be one of the most approachable third wave coffee brands around. Each location is infused with quirky design elements and punchy colors. Aside from their casual and friendly interiors, they’ve reinvented the way customers interact with the brand, opting for more of a bar-like ordering process over the traditional coffee shop queue and by making their staff of coffee experts available by text 24/7 for any questions you have brewing.

Megaphone Coffee Roasters

Coffee shop by day, beer club by night, this coffee shop interior is one of our favorite Sherman installs ever. The space is filled with charm while remaining bright and light-filled. While the walls are neutral in color, the furniture really pops. Designers combined natural wood tones with dusty blue and zinc yellow to really add a cheery note to the interior.

Stovetop Coffee Roasters

This coffee shop is our own backyard and we’re grateful because their beans are some of our favorites of all time. The interior is welcoming

and casual yet curated. Every few months, one of the owners repaints the wall behind the bar with adorable illustrations, from nature -inspired (see above) to dogs swaddled in blankets and everything in between. The same illustrations that adorn the walls are also present on the coffee packaging. We suggest trying the “Company Blend” beans.