Oxford Exchange | Tampa | Restaurant | Interior Design

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Oxford Exchange
By: Jon Peters

Oxford Exchange | Tampa | Bookstore

Recently, a new restaurant/coffee bar/retail space called the Oxford Exchange has opened up across from the University of Tampa. This place is awesome, and our entire office has fallen in love with the place – from the design, location, and offerings – this place is definitely frequently visited by the team. Knowledge of this place just seems to easily spread by word of mouth, and it’s always packed throughout the day. Apparently in the early 1900’s this space was used as a horse stable, but today it is designed to the T. Everything from the bookstore to the bathrooms have a unique stamp that everyone (especially those who love interiors) would love and recognize. I’m sure this place will be mega-successful as it’s the perfect place for meeting clients, breakfast or coffee with friends, or afternoon tea (which is awesome, by the way). If you’re in the Tampa area, you’ve gotta check this place out, and if you’re from out of town, make a trip and be sure to stop by! I’m sure you’ll fall as fast as we did for this welcomed new addition to our area.

Oxford Exchange | Tampa | Before | After

Oxford Exchange | Tampa | Foyer | Interior Design

Oxford Exchange | Tampa | Restaurant | Lounge

Oxford Exchange | Tampa | Wood | Hallway

Oxford Exchange | Brick | Bathroom | Interior Design

Oxford Exchange | Tile | Atrium | Design

Oxford Exchange | Tampa | Stairs | Portraits

Balcony | Tampa | Tea | Bar

Oxford Exchange | Tampa | Seating | Chairs
Oxford Exchange | Tampa | Antique | Register
Oxford Exchange | Tampa | Tea | Tins
Oxford Exchange | Latte | Buddy Brew | Coffee

Oxford Exchange | Team | Restaurant | Studio M

The team celebrating a baby shower for one of our senior designers in the atrium.

Thanks to Behance and the Oxford Exchange

Written by: Jon Peters

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    • studiominteriors says

      Tina-This place is our new favorite Tampa hangout. Once you walk inside you feel you have been instantly transported to NYC.

  1. Alexis says

    The designer, Mary Beth Courier, truly did an amazing job!

    • studiominteriors says

      Yes, the design is AMAZING! It sounds like a few designers helped contribute to the fab interiors? With Nate Berkus being one of them? Do tell…. :)

      • Alexis says

        No, it involved the designer Mary Beth Courier and project manager James Brearley.

  2. Jeni says

    What would you call or how would you describe the interior style of Oxford Exchange?

  3. jenny acheson says

    Would you be able to tell me if I can purchase the Moroccan style tiles used in the bathrooms locally?I live in Sarasota. Thank you