Sheida is a coffee shop that tells a magical Oriental tale, in a contemporary eclectic language. From the point of view of the chromatic scale, the project proposes spectacular and courageous juxtapositions, with rich colours like turquoise, green and fuchsia, that quote and bring the vivaciousness and mystery of the oriental atmosphere. The walls are ennobled with authentic Persian elements, carpets and mirrors with bone incrustrations and metallic filigree. The lighting objects create a unique spectacle through a great visual combination between authentic, handcrafted lamps, with brass triforia and coloured glass, and reinterpreted lighting pieces with filaments that assume, in a contemporary manner, the oriental language. This combination creates a remarkable scenery, in which the pièce de résistance, the lacy cast iron staircase takes part, keeping the same strong expression. The chairs were meant to be heterogeneous, with different materials and shapes, from wood to plastic and metal, thus underlining the eclectic character of the whole project.