London’s newest crêperie, La Petite Bretagne, was designed by local outfit Paul Crofts Studio, who based the pared-back bistro-inspired interior on the intimate atmosphere of a domestic kitchen. Owner Antoine Détrie, a London-based Frenchman, commissioned illustrator Katharine Gorham to screen-print the custom ash communal table with tablecloth-style gingham; the concrete counter has an abstract graphic that continues through to the floor. In stark contrast are homely details like ash shelves printed with a lace pattern by Gorham and stacked with French pantry imports and nostalgic prints. Classic crêpes are made to order with traditional cheeses and fresh produce.