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  • Verner Pouros

    burgundy velvet chairs and teal wall color - but - the flowers make the room! Just need a few more on every table and the bar area | http://kitchenstuffscollections.blogspot.com

  • Alicia Earle

    Colorful funky eclectic coffee shop interior 😍

  • Atlantic Shopping

    For a dynamic vibrancy, choose a bar stools with a contrasting seat colour to your walls and surrounding decor.

  • prachi

    burgundy velvet chairs and teal wall color - but - the flowers make the room! i want to own a cafe

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