See the best examples of rustic design in Istanbul at:
1- Karabatak Karaköy
A fancy cafe in Istanbul's up-and-coming Karaköy, Karabatak shows visitors how worn and unpainted walls can look stylish. The space had extensive renovations before its opening but the owners wanted to retain its original appearance. Believe it or not, part of an old tractor plays a role in the cafe's decoration, and it looks beautiful.
2- Atölye Kafası
The Balat quarter is a haven of antique shops and cafes. A recent addition is Atölye Kafası, a place featuring wooden interior design elements and stone walls. The cafe-workshop space is the ultimate place to join design workshops and create myriad wooden home décor items.
3- Petra Roasting Co.
Located in the city's Gayrettepe area, Petra Roasting Co. is a warm place to enjoy some of the best coffee in Istanbul. Unpainted walls, brass accessories and the rich use of wooden items create a rustic ambiance. The cafe holds regular workshops for visitors.
Antique stores are the first thing that comes to mind when the subject is Istanbul's Çukurcuma quarter. With faded walls, creative decor items and organic wood, Cuma cafe is another place to experience this popular style.
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