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·RELATED QUESTION

What are the steps to design a coffee shop interior?

I think that the first thing to realise and to convey to your designer is that you are trying to build a financially sustainable business, not providing a 'home away from home' for you and your friends nor create a work of art to simply be admired.

With this in mind, making something so comfortable and appealing that people sit for hours on a cup of coffee or two, may actually be the worst thing you can do to build a financially sustainable business. Think about how the financially successfully fast-food chains design and fittout their premises. You may not want to copy their materials but the underpinning principles and concepts should not be ignored.

See, business is 'hard nosed'. It needs turnover and a reasonable financial return on all assets invested, including the interior design. It craves easy maintenance, hard-to-break fittouts that maximises the number of 'bums on seats' in the available space. Having bland, impervious and functional surfaces is more important to your profits and hygiene requirements in a coffee shop than how it may look and feel to you and your customers.

Coffee shop interior design is not about creating a painting to hang admired and untouched in some exclusive gallery. Hopefully you are building a financially sustainable business where hundreds of customers each day, will tramp through the space bringing in the street grit, spilling their drinks, dropping their food and putting their feet in places you never expected.

So for me, with the many coffee shops that I have built and operated, the visual designer's job was to make my very functional, easy maintenance, ergonomically laid-out and turnover maximising space as aesthetically pleasing as possible ... not the other way round.

There are secrets to a successful coffee shop and one of those is to rely on experience when opening one. So step 1 is to only work with people who have both built and managed coffee shops and get them to help you with the layout, seating arrangements, customer flow patterns, food/drink production system and service/payment process. Once that has been designed to ensure a financially sustainable business, then engage whoever you like to create the shop themes and aesthetic pleasing visuals.

As an inexperienced non-professional owner, your role in the process is to make sure you don't blow your budget, that you ask the 'why' questions about everything and that you engage the right people to help you with the design, approvals and construction.

Anyway, in a very busy and successful coffee shop, your customers are less likely to remember the interior design or visual theme, but will never forget this ... a warm, welcoming, friendly smile.

So the steps would be:

Determine your target market, point of difference and assortment - read this

Select a site based on the above

Engage an experienced coffee shop builder/operator to help you layout the seating arrangements, customer flow patterns, food/drink production system and service/payment process

Engage an architect to convert your ideas into drawings and plans

Get plans approved by the local health/food authority

Engage a contractor to fittout the premises according to the plans

Apply the visual finishes (paint, graphic design, decor)

Add the furnishings

Open

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