Aspinal of London store by gpstudio, London

November 24th, 2011 by retail design blog

Aspinal of London, the iconic British luxury brand, has today launched its new design concept in the Covent Garden and Bluewater stores. Designed by gpstudio, the concept reflects the sophisticated elegance of Aspinal of London’s latest collection, introducing an opulent and sophisticated interior style that creates a unique experience for the customer.

The new stores reflect the continuing development and growth of the Aspinal of London brand, which has grown from an online business to the iconic luxury brand it is today. gpstudio, the agency who also designed Aspinal of London’s flagship store in Mayfair, chose a light material palette in soft pale shades and textures for the stores.

Handmade rugs and sheer drapes helped express the elegance of the home environment, offsetting traditional wall paneling, cornicing and ceiling roses. Paul Spinks, the Managing Director of Aspinal of London, said “We are delighted that Aspinal of London continues to offer customers luxurious products at affordable prices, and the new stores of Covent Garden and Bluewater ensure those products are showcased in the surroundings they deserve.”

Inga Howell
Development Director
Tel: + 44 (0) 207 692 5691

Aspinal of London is a British luxury brand, known for their beautifully crafted leather accessories at affordable prices. The company offers exquisite handbags, travel accessories, homewares and gifts for home and living.

gpstudio is a design company, working with the world’s most prestigious brands. gpstudio clients include Harrods, Harvey Nichols, Alexander McQueen, Selfridges and Mulberry.

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