Garland And Director – Fancy Café Decoration

Editor   January 21, 2015   Comments Off on Garland And Director – Fancy Café Decoration

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Unconventional Café decorated with Garland and Director

Today we present you a fancy Café decoration and more specifically the chandeliers there. Everything started with an ordinary conductor and a Garland for the Carnival. Café Wennekerpand is only in the industrial style, and is located in Schiedam, South Holland. The unconventional but brilliant idea comes from the Studio of Bertjan Pot. The combination of string lights and head sounds so illogical, that even the idea is difficult. But it worked wonderfully.

The whole installation is called stairway to heaven to German head to the sky and is the perfect lighting for the great Hall, where the Café is located. Roughness and glitter – two opposites form a great unit and are the undisputed focal point in Wennekerpand. The industrial style is strictly kept. Square dining tables and white wooden chairs line up on long benches made of natural wood. There are also additional seating from plastic crates on the side. The crowd is mixed and all enjoy your cup of coffee in this unconventional and extraordinary atmosphere. If you are random in South Holland, visit the Wennekerpand Café and see for yourself.


Chandelier Garland and Director

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Long benches and white wooden chairs

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