We stripped back the original layout to create a more open-plan interior for the coffee and cocktail bar design with the space being divided into different seating areas with an easy flow between them. The Bali influence of the interior design comes through in the predominance of rattan style chairs complimented by the large woven shades of the pendant lighting. Natural woods have also been used throughout the interior of the cafe design for such things as cupboard doors, shelves, screens, and the counter and table tops. Most notably, wood is used to great effect on the ceiling, both in the form of a tongue and grooved diagonal pattern above the cocktail bar and as large beams traversing the space elsewhere. The central bar is a bespoke design; long and serpentine. Its front is clad in vertical subway tiles adding a heritage look to the whole coffee bar design.
The cafe design includes a mixture of Farm Cup branded elements. Intrinsic to these is the colour yellow which goes well with the warm, green tones used on some of the walls creating a fresh, inviting atmosphere. On the back wall behind the custom-built banquette seating there is a large jungle scene in muted colours. Actual plants have also been introduced throughout the cafe interior design to soften and enhance the appearance of the space. And with a long wall of windows and glazed doors giving a virtually unbroken view of the outdoor seating area, the inside and outside are barely separated, with plants creating a harmonious link between the two.