Bespoke Bakery Furniture by Protocol

Flavourtown bakery is an award-winning London bakery supplying cupcakes, cakes, cookies and brownies. They have recently opened a new flagship store in Richmond, London which features bold, eccentric colours and welcoming decor.

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Working with designers Yellow Wren design, the clients brief required quirky furniture in bright colours to match the interior of the new bakery.

Protocol supplied table bases powder coated in a neon pink colour with terrazzo tops and black metal edge detail. Terrazzo is a beautiful composite material that is made by combining cement with pieces of granite, marble, glass, and additional materials. It makes a great table top as well as being useful for other purposes.

As well as supplying bespoke tables, Protocol also supplied Bellac dining chairs and Bellac bar stools in bespoke turquoise RAL finishes. Delivery was carried out by Protocol’s in-house team who are CSCS certified, ensuring a smooth process from start to finish.

Here’s what Design Director, Sally Williams at Yellow Wren design had to say about Protocol:

“Protocol recognize that time is a really big factor in the commercial a world and they go above and beyond to accommodate to tight time frames. They balance this really well with personable customer care and having a solid supply team is so essential and really reflects on the quality of our design service, I know I am in safe hands.”

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About Jess Mockler

Jess is a Marketing & Event professional who joined the BCFA as a Marketing Executive in 2019. Working closely with designers and BCFA members, Jess has published an array of content for the Commercial sector.
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