#BrunchContest: Olden Tin JunctionThink of a weekend morning in the countryside! Think of an active and healthy lifestyle! Of Early morning hikes in the mountains and exhilarating off road bike rides! Think of the perfect joint where you could meet as a starting point, and afterwards meet up again! Think of legs feeling like jelly and tummies rumbling from hunger! Then think of the Olden Tin Junction which is right there on the spot and ready to make any dream come true!! First coffee and then tackling the menu from top to bottom! That is the good life....that is brunch and that's the best experience you'll ever have!
The style inspiration of the building was Rustic Industrial and that was the elements they used throughout. Being conscious of the environment, they used mostly recycled material and kept the carbon footprint as low as possible while still managed to get the project done of a high standard.
At the Tin Junction you can rent a bike for the well organized off road bike trail that are in the area.
This is the front entrance of the Tin Junction. It's rustic, it's industrial and it can't be missed!
The road sign can be seen almost from the moon😀🤣🤣🤣
Dirt roads leading up to the Tin Junction! It's country side, baby!!
This is on the opposite side of the Junction....a wrap around wooden deck with views out into the horizon for miles!
They used recycled tin metal to clad the walls and combined it with rustic stone from the area. Oversized folding doors open up to let the inside out!
Metal pergola for some extra shade!
Two bathrooms were fitted, each with two toilet stalls and double vanities. This is the bathroom for the men!
This is the main dining area as you will discover from the pictures. They kept it rustic with a lot of industrial elements and a good touch of Retro with all the décor elements!
In the front of the dining space is this rustic semi circular island with extra seating and for the clients who only waits for their order to go.
Wine, fresh bread and pastries!! a Match made in heaven!
Drinks and sweets.....Whatever you fancy!
In the back of the dining space is this rustic, but functional fireplace for that extra special atmosphere!!
Tin and Retro and a whole lot of love!
This is the ladies bathroom and was decorated with a little bit more of an feminine touch.
The Kitchen is the only part of the space where they did not recycle, but used top of the range appliances to make sure they deliver food of the highest quality and not let the customers down.
Freshly baked bread, freshly made pasta......What can be better than that!