James Logan
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Denise's ceramics are in the shop

Very simple menu design in the color sense, but the use of type hierarchy and the layout are both very successful. I love the strong bold letters contrasted with the small condensed information.

Wrapped sandwiches gives your sandwich a homemade look and an easy way to handle it

Tuna Nicoise Sandwiches & Portuguese White Gazpacho / Tartlette I didn't even read the recipe . look at the newspaper and string wrap SO WONDERFUL!

Rubber Design || A Flexible Firm - idea for biz cards/ bag tags.

Could accomplish this with decals on dark metal squares - an opportunity to use these around the shop and tell the story of your sister and your motivation for creating this space - a good method for telling a bigger story

Simple menu displays- Flat aluminum displays with vinyl graphics like these would make changing the menu relatively simple; the design seems to really suit the feel of the shop.

Simple menu displays- Flat aluminum displays with vinyl graphics like these would make changing the menu relatively simple; The use of meat hooks as well bring another atheistic from the restaurant to it.

Back Issues of Remodelista: Home Design and Remodeling Inspiration : Remodelista

Screws (or nails) for lettering banner /sign. Extreme DIY: Crate Brewery in London : Remodelista

bistro pantry idea: brown paper lunch bags with computer labels or chalkboard contact paper labels/tags... Décor de Provence: Exploring The Possibilities!

Ideas to display retail. Could make something on wheels - bottom half chalkboard front? Top half backed w black wall for shelves? Also - those beige baggies with the circle logo are rad

Anything with the phrase Food Addicts on the wall is bound to be a keeper. A clinical look that is made warm with timber tones and fresh greenery.

I like the mix of different shelving sizes with the graphics above the shelving. Instead of having a graphic/product display I could have shelving and graphics on the same wall - One you can see as soon as you walk into the store