Babetta Café is a fun, vintage-inspired spot in Moscow, Russia. It’s interiors feature chairs from the 60s, restored industrial fixtures, a pastel color palette and fun decorative touches around every corner (my favorite being the peeing-pug wall art). The space seems, frankly, huge and each section of the restaurant has a slightly different feel to it. The main dining area features lots of warm pine and reclaimed wooden doors used as a dividing wall, giving the space a cozy homey atmosphere. The bar area is a little darker and grungier, with an untreated cement floor and hanging bouquets of vegetables, making it feel more like a cellar.

Babetta Cafe Branding, Architecture & Interior Design by Bureau Bumblebee.