Trewarne Fine Jewelry store by MIM Design, Chadstone – Australia

December 1st, 2011 by retail design blog

Marble based at the wall in front of the store, entrance of the store showed the existence and strength of this store interior design, The Trewarne Fine Jewelry store located at ground level Chadstone shopping center VIC Australia, well known as a jewelry store and gems that provide a very high quality.

Bring the idea by placing a large size display cabinet, and also on the opposite side there are 3 cabinet whose function is the same concept that is to display and keep customers interested in the products offered at the main window display. This concept is very prestigious and explained that the quality product is the best.

Using sliding glass doors, retains the concept of wide-open doors so there’s not much space is wasted to provide flexibility for stores to be creative in their stores. The combination of marble and stainless gate, combined with the look of patterned glass is very precise and gives an exclusive impression on the overall concept of the store facade. Placement and arrangement of freestand with custom structure in the middle area of ​​the store, together with lamp’s crystal motif provides luxurious atmosphere of the stores that are selling these high-priced products.

Designed by MIM Design








http://www.archimover.com/2011/10/luxury-trewarne-fine-jewelry-store/

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One thought on “Trewarne Fine Jewelry store by MIM Design, Chadstone – Australia

  1. JoAnn Rutherford says:

    Where did you source the jewelry forms from?

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