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Highgrove Shop Tetbury – Spring set up by International Visual

After our successful Christmas store set up for the Highgrove estate store, we were asked back to give the store a layout and merchandising refresh for spring.

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Here are a few other photos of the completed store.

We used lots of apple crates to give height on fixtures and for holding large amounts of products under fixtures. They are very versatile and can be used in many ways. If you would like to buy apple crates from us please contact ph@internationalvisual.com

Highgrove Shop
Address: 10 Long St, Tetbury GL8 8AQ
Hours:  Open · 9:30am–5pm
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Jo Malone – New interior design

Nice to see the Jo Malone shopfit design moving on, even if only slightly.

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I like the introduction of real plant/flowers installations, loving this huge stone trough.

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The simple use of colour is very effective.

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Sonia Rykiel – new store design London

Sonia Rykiel has refitted her London store in a library theme and using a very bold red which contrasts brilliantly against the black store facade.

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SONIA RYKIEL LONDON

27-29 Brook Street, W1K 4 HE
+44 (0) 207 493 52 55
Monday to Saturday from 10AM to 7PM

Visit the website by clicking here

Stylist’s Guide To The New Interiors Paint Revolution | Stylist Magazine

Stylist explores the paint decorations trend, including colour, texture and accents.

Source: Stylist’s Guide To The New Interiors Paint Revolution | Stylist Magazine

Jamie Beriestain concept store Barcelona

Jaime Beriestain Concept Store

167, Calle Pau Claris  
   

                 

The Concept Store and Café Jaime Beriestain is the kind of the place that the Chilean designer would hang out himself – a combination of a cosmopolitan environment with the feel of a stylish home where he would entertain his own guests. The space is 500 square meters and the café-restaurant offers up a selection of traditional and market items. Beriestain personally created the menu with the chef, and it offers up traditional childhood fare, such as grandma Sofia’s onion soup or a tasty banoffee cake.

www.beriestain.com

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Words by Hipshops.com

Photos by Phill Hill 

Habitat unveils new look concept store

Written by Lyndsey Dennis

Habitat has launched its 35th and largest new Mini Habitat store in Chichester. The 520 sq m concept store is the largest to be opened by the brand since it started rolling out its Mini Habitat project in Homebase stores in 2012.

The space will showcase a new retail concept developed by Polly Dickens, creative director at Habitat; Graham Copeland, creative manager and in-house designer Matthew Long. The store design includes bespoke fixturing designed to enhance the sense of space and light and uses digital technology to create an immersive store environment for customers by incorporating interactive touch screens and video walls. New features include bold, checkerboard flooring, a statement chair wall featuring best-selling designs, a large gallery space and a bold cash desk design.

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‘The Mini Habitat project has allowed us to extend our physical presence across the whole of the UK making us more accessible than ever with 38 different store locations,’ says Clare Askem, managing director of Habitat. ‘These stores have supported strong sales growth for us and this year we’re looking to continue this expansion meaning that customers are able to interact with Habitat products and staff more conveniently in locations stretching from Cornwall up to Scotland.

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‘As our digital business continues to grow, we’re seeing that there is still a demand from consumers for physical showrooms that allow interaction with product before purchase and allow shoppers to immerse themselves in a Habitat environment. Chichester is a particularly exciting project as it offers us an opportunity to trial a new visual concept for these stores on a much larger scale and means that we can look to incorporate successful new elements from this design into our other Mini and flagship stores in the future.’

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Words and photos re blogged from

www.retail-focus.co.uk

Weylandt’s Furniture Store – Cape Town

When Edgar Weylandt opened his furniture store in 1964 in Windhoek, Namibia, he could not have foreseen that his brainchild would grow into a national retailer with branches in South Africa and Namibia.

Edgar’s son, Chris Weylandt, was the catalyst for this phenomenal growth. After qualifying as a CA, Chris worked in the family business in Namibia during the early nineties. He then relocated to South Africa to set up a manufacturing plant in Cape Town. In 1999 he opened the first Weylandts Homestore in Durbanville.

The store was an instant success, and in the new millennium more Weylandts stores opened in Green Point, Knysna, Fourways, Swakopmund, Windhoek, Menlyn and Umhlanga Ridge. The Weylandts name rapidly became synonymous with quality contemporary furniture and innovative designs. was invited to furnish the prestigious opening of CNBC in South Africa and sponsored the reality TV show Big Brother, as well as the much-anticipated House of the Year Awards.

Today, Weylandts is firmly established as the leading furniture and décor retailer in southern Africa, offering clients contemporary quality designs sourced from around the world and showcased in a beautiful environment where space and natural light enhance the inspirational merchandising.

 

 

www.weylandts.co.za

Neptune Home Store – Colchester

About Neptune

Right from the very start, Neptune has had a clear set of goals; to create the finest quality furniture, with outstanding design, and all at a price that need not cost the earth.

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Neptune’s ninth store in the UK is centred in Britain’s oldest recorded town of Colchester. The joint owners have strong retail backgrounds where Martin King, who currently owns Neptune Bury St Edmunds, plans on expanding the Neptune brand across East Anglia with his business partner Jasper Burnham, former Head of Retail at Neptune’s head office. The strong essence of dedication and commitment to Neptune is proven through the attention to detail and attentive attitude towards their customers in the existing Bury St Edmunds branch. Neptune Colchester is a breathtaking and inspirational centre of interior design, boasting a 6200 sq foot showroom with an added 2,000 sq foot of outdoor display space to showcase Neptune’s stylish garden furniture.

They have just opened a new store in Colchester, here are a selection of photos of that store.

www.neptune.com

Pilots Bar and Kitchen – Heathrow Terminal 5

As well as upgrading the shopping BAA have also opened a few new eateries including this bar and kitchen pub called Pilots which takes its interior design inspiration from guess what?

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Here are a few more  photos

Bottega Veneta – Heathrow Terminal 5

Another new store in T5 is Bottega Veneta and the entrance has fins running floor to ceiling that take inspiration from plane wings.

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The window has a very simple floating box system with excellent spot lighting.

Here are a few more pics.

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