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“Bandeliu kepyklele” (Lithuanian for “bun’s bakery“), established in Klaipeda in 1994, delights the inhabitants and guests of the city with their products. The building is of a cultural value; therefore, the attempt was made to reflect it indirectly, but in a modern way, by using the latest interior fashion tendencies for that purpose.

The entrance doors, the pattern of floor tiles which is partially used on the walls as well as the white decoration plates of the counter facade, give the interior its historicism. Elements, such as gold coloured chandeliers, pedestals of the counter of the same colour, shelves and constructions of the settees painted in gold colouring, create the impression of a historical as well as a modern interior.

Distinctive minty green is a tribute to the current interior design trends. The whitish colour background of the walls extremely helps to unfold this game of colours. Rhythmically repetitive verticals of the chairs, shelve constructions and hanging wires give the space subtlety and decorativeness, creating a playful and stylish interior together with the colours. The design of the logo and interior signage was also created for the site.

Design and photography: Ramūnas Manikas

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