The Bridge Cafe, located along Shoreditch High Street, in London, is similar to taking a step back in time due to the Victorian interior design.
This small cafe has a retro feel to it due to the golden espresso cup dispenser, the old cash register and the old gramophone, which are to be found behind the counter.
Most of the walls at the top are covered in Kitsch prints and paintings that have been framed and placed strategically amongst the interior.
The colour theme throughout the interior is dark, including reds, golds and browns, which adds to the antiqued theme that this café hosts. The main materials used are wood and brass with additional feature items, including a pair of boxing gloves, bagpipes and leather straps with horse brass mounts.
Every detail of the interior has had considerate thought, the wood has a vast amount of carving to it with brass attached to complete the look. There are a few antique lamps located around the interior that bring an extra splash of colour.
The lighting at the back of Bridge Café is low hanging round lights, very similar to those that are on the wall in the main café, along with the antique Victorian styled hanging lights and fans that are in the centre.
As the interior of the Bridge Café is very small, it can seat up to 15 people, creating an intimate and romantic atmosphere for the customers.