Cute Organic Bakery in Amsterdam Boasts Recycled Shipping Pallets Interior

by , 01/29/13

De Laatste Kruimel, Amsterdam, Ana Lisa Alperovich, bakery, café, organic food, scones, cakes, recycled pallets, Architecture, green furniture, ecycled Materials, Green Materials, green packaging

De Laatste Kruimel opened early last year and is a great little spot for enjoying delicious homemade organic food like classic lemon poppy seed scones. Its central feature is a pay desk, storage and table all in one, which was constructed from stacked shipping pallets. Made with the help of a craftsman friend, Martin Peterse, the recycled furniture gives the café a unique ready-made identity while giving the pallets a new life.

The place has been decorated with Ivelina’s vintage objects, which she found by constanty popping ito the nearby Noordermarkt fleamarket. Her partner, Pavel, who spent 7 years working at restaurants, is the brains and brawn behing the sumptuous tasty food. From Pies, quiches, bread and croissants to marmelades, Pavels cooks them all in his open kitchen.

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