Java Lounge is a new destination for coffee lovers in Mansfield, offering a distinctive coffee experience with premium specialty coffees, gourmet sandwiches, and delicious baked goods. But what sets Java Lounge apart from other coffee shops in town is its unique boho cool building. It was created by Bruce Russo of B. Russo Designs an award winning architectural & interior design firm.
Mansfield's newest coffee spot will be at 2731 FM 157 North and is set to open by mid-June.
The exterior of Java Lounge is designed to catch the eye and make a statement. The building boasts a modern, stone, wood, and stucco exterior with angled roof and walls that give it a sleek and sophisticated look.
As customers step inside, they're greeted with a warm and inviting atmosphere that exudes casual-hip vibes. The interior design is an eclectic mix of bohemian and modern styles, with custom metal work, tile, curved ceilings, nooks, tiled floors, and a mix of vintage and modern furniture pieces.
The seating area was created to be comfortable and versatile, with a mix of seating options that cater to different preferences. Customers can choose to sit on couches or armchairs, or at the lap-top bar or traditional dining tables.
The lighting lay-out is also an important aspect of the overall concept. Dramatic chandeliers with pendant lights hang from the ceiling, casting a warm and inviting glow throughout the space. The lighting fixtures are strategically placed to highlight the seating areas, creating a cozy and intimate atmosphere.
One of the unique features of Java Lounge is the covered outdoor patio. The patio is e an extension of the indoor seating area, with comfortable seating options, a cozy fireplace, and retractable screens for cold weather days. There's even a water bowl for customers' furry friends to enjoy.
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