01 Apr D2E Team enjoys the opening of The Coffee Room
Here at Down2Earth Interior Design we like to celebrate good things like spring, the opening of one of our latest projects, and teamwork. Although it didn’t feel too much like spring, with inches of snow on the ground, it was good we were able to enjoy warm and frothy drinks and interesting biscotti at the Coffee Room in Newtown, PA.
The Coffee Room is a beautiful space that Amy designed with many thoughtful details; we’d love for you to learn more about the project itself by checking out the new portfolio page dedicated to it (click here).
Maria and Jillian got to see first hand all the design details Amy has shared with them over the course of the project and also meet the wonderful owner, Margaret. Amy walked the team through each aspect of the space talking about the design vision, sourcing decisions and interesting stories behind some of the displays. It was exciting to see a completed project and be able to experience the space as a coffee shop customer.
The team was also lucky enough to enjoy the delicious drinks while we caught up on our lives, reviewed current projects and got to see other customers enjoy the inviting space that Down2Earth Interior Design created. Here are some pictures that tell the story of this wonderful outing.
Maria gave this latte a try and loved it!
Can’t decide on which biscotti… just try all three!
The Coffee Room’s baristas are fantastic and we thoroughly enjoyed our lattes!
Amy proudly showing off a lovely Coffee Room mug, the wall alcoves were made to specifically to display artifacts and merchandise.
The restrooms were unexpected gems for Jillian and Maria, who really loved the details!
It was fun to peek in on the bathroom, where we alluded to the industrial vibe with the lighting, the metal mirror frame, and the faucet. The bathroom design picks up the brick in the coffee shop interior by using a Graham and Brown “Red Brick Wallpaper” and connected with the wood counters and tables using a reclaimed teak vanity by Impact Imports in Philadelphia. A vessel sink, wall faucets, and wainscot round out the details, giving this back of house space as much love as the front. After the tour we settled into the large community table and got down to the business of socializing and talking shop.
The D2E team talking wallpaper samples and furniture finishes using the community table at the Coffee Room in Newtown, PA.
Which wall paper? Oh the beautiful choices!
Team D2E, very thankful for a lovely morning spent at the Coffee Room.
Don’t forget, you can see more gorgeous photos of this space and learn more about the process behind the design by checking out the Coffee Room’s portfolio page (click here).