On the edge of the Northern Quarter just past Stevenson Square you’ll find this European inspired little gem. Opening in November of 2011, Bakerie serves freshly baked bread along with some homely and hearty food and a menu of wines, this cosmopolitan establishment boasts an open place industrial space.
White walls and pillars flow up to the ceiling creating a spacious atmosphere. The bar area features an exposed red brick backdrop which softens the harshness of the white interior whilst reinforcing the element of industrialism.
In contrast to the white walls, there is a comforting mixture of soft lighting, warm red brick and cosy wood floor and intimate leather seating areas which fits perfectly with the idea of a cosy evening eating warm bread with a glass of your favourite wine. A hint of black runs through the bar with an array of black pendants in an eclectic mix of styles and shapes scattered along the ceiling, these compliment the black chairs below. Black caged pendants hang above the open plan kitchen area in keeping with the industrial element.
To get the look, keep walls bare and fresh with off-whites and creams, add masculine black accessories to contrast with the light wood furniture. This look would fit perfectly in a kitchen, add restored and old utility style pendants above work stations and brick veneer as splash backs and corner walls for a touch of industrialism.