The Bloom Room
A ceiling of cherry blossoms, elaborate floral cocktails, pale blue walls and European design accents all contribute to this café's quaint tea-room charm.
Location: Camp Hill
Like a really chic boutique grocer, Florence boasts pastel furnishings, native floral displays, retro light fixtures and plenty of light wood in its effortlessly elegant interior. However, the exterior of this neighbourhood favourite is possibly even more beautiful. You'll just have to go and see it for yourself.
A minimalist's dream space, this cafe boasts clean lines and top-shelf coffee. The only thing cooler than the modern interiors? The branded coffee cups, in on-trend shades of pastel blue, pink and green.
Location: New Farm
Thanks to its hallmark neon sign, concrete floors and just the right amount of greenery, this subtly feminine space has become a beloved brunch haven.
Located in the historic Tattersall's Arcade in Brisbane's CBD, this delightfully European space will transport you to Rome as you enjoy espresso, aperitivo and everything in between.
Location: Fortitude Valley
The epitome of the phrase 'millennial pink', this cafe housed in home wares store Arc & Family is covered in kitschy decor and will make you and your friends feel like you are holidaying at Coachella as you sip your decadent dessert-inspired drinks.
Location: Tweed Heads
With a massive, blooming floral installation on the ceiling, concrete walls and a sun-soaked outdoor area, this sleek little café (with plenty of plants) is the ideal spot to settle in, read a book and consume more caffeine than you probably should.
Location: West End
Clean lines, white brick walls, a big, smooth wooden bench—this West End haunt's slick styling is the perfect hangover cure. Hence the mischievous name.
This urban oasis allows you to have your morning latte surrounded by plants, given it doubles as a gardening store and florist. Green is good for the soul, so pop into the airy space and enjoy some local produce with your daily brew.