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

White enamel colanders are used hanging luminaires in the kitchen. An old coffee grinder serves as a unique base for a Tiffany-style lampshade. The sturdy shelves used to support cooking ingredients, utensils and even a small oven were also created from pallets.

The chalked menu on the wall changes every week so people don’t get bored and come back for more — although classic staples remain year round. Moreover, De Laatste Kruimel throws nothing away; for instance, yesterday’s scones and hard bread are recycled into bread pudding or French toast.

The perfect little spot for homemade delights, good coffee and a bit of people watching, Amsterdam’s De Laatste Kruimel’s food will definitely have you devouring the last crumb.

+ De Laatste Kruimel

Photo © Ana Lisa Alperovich for Inhabitat

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