There is something to be said for a place that both entrances your sweet tooth and the ever-hungry design eye. Mexico's very first French macaroon bakery has created a sophisticated all-white interior popping with the bright likes of Coco, Pistache, Chocolate Frances, Praline, The Vert, The Chai, Patelos de Rosa, and of course, Caramelo Suave.
Welcome to Theurel & Thomas. A dream for those of us always seeking an intriguing indulgence. I imagine you will be greeted at the luxury encasement by the candy man, decked in a red and white striped suite, tall top hat and glass cane.
A white room without many windows can create an odd discomfort, but a large mirror and proper lighting opens up the space with a cosmopolitan subtlety. Those yellow and pink side table snacks are surely just for decoration...wink, wink.
A Chanel-esque label invites patrons on the door to this exclusive address. Now, just jot this info into your little black book and catch a flight to Mexico. I’ll meet you in a few hours to sit atop a soft white sofa to munch on Cafe Veracruz macaroons.
How classic and feminine is this spot? A dainty sculpture shying away from her sugary desires. The intricate placement on a simple white drawer is resourceful and chic. I love how the edging on the drawers match the molding on the walls. The architectural patterns and deep moldings make fascinating shapes stand out against the seemingly washed out backdrop.
I can't think of a better treat than white and pink. The detailed porcelain bowls overflowing with rose colored cookies is a perfect way to explain the delicacy behind this simple dessert.
What I truly adore about this whole interior, is the absence of over-label. Between retail, hospitality, and food industries, store’s have a habit of branding every square inch of their interior. For Theurel & Thomas, they know their brand and they want you to know it right when you walk in- Macaroons. You can’t miss them so just go ahead and taste them. The rest is simple just like their design, sit and enjoy!
All photos from Anagrama.
Discovered by De Zeen Magazine.