2740 Teacups Were Used To Create A Feature Wall In This Cafe

2740 Teacups Have Been Used To Create A Feature Wall In This Cafe

Photography by Tomasz Nowicki

 

When Ideograf – Paulina Czurak Design Studio were asked to design this cafe in Gdynia, Poland, they wanted to create a space that would stand out and impress customers, one of the ways they did this was by including an entire wall filled with teacups.

 

This contemporary cafe in Poland uses a color palette of wood, wood, and grays.

Photography by Tomasz Nowicki

Upon entering the C Corner Cafe, there are plenty of comfortable upholstered banquettes, chairs and sofas. Vintage art posters add some color to the white walls.


This Polish cafe has lots of comfortable upholstered banquettes, chairs and sofas. Vintage art posters add some color to the white walls.

Photography by Tomasz Nowicki

The service counter mixes white counters with glass, wood detailing and chalkboards. Hidden lighting runs overhead along the the wooden details.


This cafe service counter mixes white counters with glass, wood detailing and chalkboards. Hidden lighting runs overhead along the the wooden details.

Photography by Tomasz Nowicki

Here’s a look at the feature wall made up of 2740 white ceramic porcelain teacups.


2740 Teacups Have Been Used To Create A Feature Wall In This Cafe

Photography by Tomasz Nowicki

A closer look…


2740 Teacups Have Been Used To Create A Feature Wall In This Cafe

Photography by Tomasz Nowicki

And even closer…


2740 Teacups Have Been Used To Create A Feature Wall In This Cafe

Photography by Tomasz Nowicki

2740 Teacups Have Been Used To Create A Feature Wall In This Cafe

Photography by Tomasz Nowicki

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