Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Pattern Coffee


Pattern - a perfect coffee place for an interior designer:)
So many interesting details that got carried away and just couldn't put my camera down.




































Pop in if you're craving for coffee and nearby King's Cross!



38 comments:

  1. Oh, my those photos are amazing! I love coffee and everything what has to do with it :)

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    1. Thank you :) Actually I'm not a coffee drinker at all... but they make tea as well :)

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  2. I'm always looking for inspiration, and that shop alone has dozens of ideas from the colors to the way that they package their coffee. I love the painting that had a lot of colors, immediately I thought of a dress to make.

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    1. Yes, there were so many different elements that captured my eye. Very inspirational place :)

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  3. You're pictures make me want to visit! What a sweet little coffee shop!

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  4. Coffee places are a great option to visit when you run out of ideas. The colours in ths one are so vibrant. Really pretty place.

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    1. Yes, you're so right :) This place had so many interesting details.

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  5. What a cute looking coffee shop, reminds me of somewhere I always visit in Stockholm x

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    1. :D yes, might look a bit similar than some places in the old town of Stockholm, or Copenhagen.

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  6. Oh my, I really love coffee places that are very aesthetic! For me, one of the requirements that I look for in eating or staying at a cafe/restaurant is its quality to be photogenic ahaha

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  7. This place is amazing! I've never stepped into it when I was in London...such a shame... it's a great pleasure for the mouth and the eyes too!

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  8. This place is so cool. I can see why you took so many pictures of it because every picture was great! It made me wish I was closer so I could snuggle up with a drink and a book!

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    1. It's exactly that kind of place where you want to stay a bit longer :)

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  9. "I need coffee" is something my mind screams everyday! :D I love your photos, there's something magical about them. Aside from coffee of course! Thanks for sharing. :)

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    1. You're warmly welcome, Jessie! And thank you for your kind words :)

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  10. So awesome! I LOVE quirky little places with great coffee! No Starbucks for me.

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  11. What a nice little coffee shop. I'd be happy to hang out there with some friends!

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  12. Such lovely detail shots! They could be framed on the coffee shop walls!

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    1. Thank you, Bella! What a great idea :)

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  13. I LOVE those photos... And I love coffee shops... so many thoughts come alive with a good cup of coffee!

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    1. Thnak you, Eloisa! I feel the same with a good cup of tea:0

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  14. These are some great photos, you have an eye! I love working in coffee shops while drinking tea, haha.

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  15. Your photographic eye is amazing. As a photographer, I can appreciate your take on art! <3

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    1. Oh, your kind words made me so happy! Really appreciated :)

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  16. It's definitely a very quirky little coffee shop. I like all the details and the woodwork, it makes me think of a french countryside home. Do they also have a menu that matches their "personality"? :)

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    1. Yes, they have a kind of menu with some healthy bites and juices.

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  17. So nice! Vintage coffee shop, it really looks cute :) I'd probably come!

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    1. There're some many interesting details:)

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  18. Now I am wanting to have coffee and go to a coffeeshop nearby. Where is this place?

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  19. :D it's on Caledonian Street near King's Cross in London.

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  20. I go to London quite a lot and I have never heard of Pattern Coffee. I love the wall art and the interior design in general is great!

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