Known for their elevated comfort food and top notch coffee, interiors of Bluesmith Coffee & Kitchen has streamlined industrial style with resemblance from its another brand—Equatorial Coffee. The concrete walls and floors, the murals, marble counter top and the nude bulbs ceiling accents. But the main goal is to conceptualize an interior accent differently for each branch while keeping something evident as their signature—thus, the criss-cross round tied black metal grills.
The first branch out—MJ Plaza, played with the advantage of its high ceiling and glass windows, and is fashioned by crafted metal copper pipes hanging from ceiling that caged the filament bulbs. This focal point was enhanced by the multileveled warm wood planks and hexagonal pavements. The second store managed to be light, cozy and updated for young professionals. The gradient mural background created the main feature with herringbone accent flooring that cascades on the wall with the signature mix of materials—marble, wood and mirror. Third store in Greenbelt is urban chic pervaded with greens and geometrically cut mirrors—the shadow of modern industrial.