BreadBlok by Commune

Six bakeries and sweets shops with delectable interiors

We've rounded up six bakeries and shops for sweet treats that have been designed with cream interiors just as delicious as the goods for sale.


BreadBlok by Commune

BreadBlok by Commune, Santa Monica, California

Commune created BreadBlok bakery with warm materials like plaster walls, limestone slabs and terracotta tiles. The project fuses sandy tones that relate to its location in the coastal California city of Santa Monica and the owner's Southern France heritage.

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Chip West Village by The New Design Project

Chip by The New Design Project, New York City, New York

Chip is a New York chain for cookies and local studio The New Design Project designed its outpost in the city's West Village neighbourhood. The interiors are almost entirely white and have accent colours of "biscuit beiges and chocolate browns".

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Masa by Studio Cadena

Masa by Studio Cadena, Bogotá, Colombia

Studio Cadena's sprawling Masa bakery and restaurant in Bogotá has exterior and interior walls featuring textured concrete. Wood-clad walls, cabinets and seating offset the rough material, along with muted terrazzo floors.

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Flourist Bakery Ste Marie Art and Design

Flourist by Ste Marie, Vancouver, Canada

Flourist is a flour shop and bakery in Vancouver designed by local studio Ste Marie. It has pale walls, floors and cushions, and wood furniture modelled on the American Shaker movement.

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Porto bakery by Paulo Merini

Gondodoce by Paulo Merlini, Gondomar, Portugal

This bakery on the outskirts of Porto has a wavy white ceiling that wraps the walls to create a bright space. Designed by Portuguese architect Paulo Merlini, the cafe is filled with dozens of white tables and chairs placed atop pale wooden floors.

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Juana Limon cafe by Lucas y Hernandez Gil

Juana Limón by Lucas y Hernández-Gil, Madrid, Spain

To design the interiors of this Madrid bakery, Lucas y Hernández-Gil referenced the colours of butter and flour – typical ingredients for making desserts. Yellow tiles and caramel-toned seating outfit the space.

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