The Surprisingly Innovative Design of New York’s Streateries

"A few common trends I noticed: colorblocking, lots of plants, a cottagecore look, an Animal Farm aesthetic (wood trellises and slatted enclosures), construction site chic, and a handful that stuck to basics....Café Grumpy, a coffee shop on Seventh Avenue in Park Slope, used shipping pallets to enclose their seating area."

Read the full piece on Curbed.