Conran in Chelsea has coloured itself shades of red for this months London design Festival.
The windows look striking just by using lots of products but all coloured shades of red, whilst the rest of the top floor has many red visual features.
Take a look.
The Pulse homewards and accessories show has just finished at Earls Court in London, and although this show is aimed at store buyers the suppliers always create great displays.
This year the main visual trends i saw were the use of upcycled furniture, bold colours and blackboard paint with chalk outlines.
Here are a selection of photos for you to peruse and borrow ideas from.
Room6 is a contemporary gift & clothing boutique nestled in between the mountains and ocean in oh-so-lovely Deep Cove (North Vancouver) Canada. Since 2005, They have been supporting handmade & independent design from around the world…and in their own backyard.
Watch a great video of the store below
Stumper and Fielding are a gentlemen’s boutique showcasing products set around english country pursuits.
Set in the heart of Portobello Road they have created a visual oasis based upon the trend of upcycling.
This tiny store manages to pack in lots of great visual ideas and fabulous products.
Here are a selection of photos showing the store and its visual features.
Not much is known about the company other than they appear to be independent.
I could not find a website for them only a Facebook page which is linked below.
107 Portobello road
After popping into Williams Sonoma I went next door to see how sister company Pottery Barn was looking and I wasn’t disappointed. The store was looking great lots of visual displays and great products.
Whilst in the big apple the other weekend I popped into my favourite bookshop Williams Sonoma.
The store has never looked so visually good, they have gone all out for summer and created lots of tempting displays.
The second of this weeks Marylebone stores is the amazing The Natural Kitchen. This store is not only packed full of amazing products but they are beautifully displayed. The store is cleverly designed to look like it hasn’t been designed, but rather naturally growing out of an eclectic mix of fixtures, up cycled furniture and a dash of fun.
Here are a selection of photos of the store and a link to their website.
On a recent journey to the west coast I saw some interesting trends in retail developments and some well thought out details.
The Lab advertises itself as the anti-mall and focuses on flexible outdoor areas for the community, where store spaces blend together and people congregate and socialise. The bricks and mortar stores and restaurants share the environment with several retro teardrop style trailers that have been beautifully restored as rolling pop-up shops. The variety of formats and carefully selected merchandise create a wonderfully organic shopping experience that is filled with surprises.
Click the link below to read the full article and see some other great photos.
Thankyou Creative Fuel for another great blog.