La Petite Bretagne restaurant by Paul Crofts Studio, London

August 13th, 2012 by retail design blog

London based Paul Crofts Studio has redesigned the new restaurant ‘La Petite Bretagne’, recreating an aesthetic of the traditional french bistro, and the historic craft of Brittany from where the crêpe originates. Gingham tablecloths, industrial lighting, homely decorative details and heirloom-style furniture have all been given a unique and contemporary twist. The layout is conceived to evoke an intimate setting of a domestic kitchen or dining room.






















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2 thoughts on “La Petite Bretagne restaurant by Paul Crofts Studio, London

  1. Marianne says:

    I really like how it’s a take on a French bistro but to be honest, I’m not sure it quite hits the right notes. I think the check print on the tables is hideous!

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