Shown on the left: the clean yet playful web design of coffeehouse De Juf, in Middelburg, the Netherlands, and on the right, the minimalistic and stylish coffee shop website design of Elm Coffee Roasters in Seattle.
Shown above, the website of coffee shop Sunrise Coffee in Las Vegas. A good source of web design inspiration for a clean and minimal style.
Shown on the left: the colorful website of Honeypie, in Middelburg, the Netherlands. By adding colorful titles the whole website becomes instantly playful. On the right, the coffee shop website of Satisfaction Coffee, in The Hague, the Netherlands. The big photo at the top introduces you to the owners in a fun way. Two totally different design inspiration examples.
I particularly love this website design of coffee house ‘t Koffieboontje (Utrecht, the Netherlands). It’s very well-structured, but thanks to the font used for the titles and the gorgeous photos, it’s not boring, at all. I personally also like the illustrations used above the blocks (4th row), which match the style of the logo very well, too.
So what about your website?
Do you already have a website for your coffee shop? Is it up to date, is it responsive (meaning: it also functions perfectly on a smartphone)? Is your website being seen by Google, and does it provide your guests with all the information they might need? Your menu, opening times and so on?
If the answer is no, then it’s time for you to check out our website design service. We design websites for hotels, BnBs and restaurants, and bridge the gap between ‘do it yourself’ and ‘spend a fortune on a designer’.
Just note: we only do website design for hospitality brand owners. So restaurants, cafes, coffee houses, food trucks, hotels, bed and breakfasts and other accommodation providers. Our websites are structured to serve this exact audience. So if you are like a retailer, a gym, a lawyer firm, a therapist… then sorry, this isn’t for you!