s.Oliver accessories store by dfrost, Frankfurt

May 22nd, 2012 by retail design blog

The s.Oliver Accessories Store in Frankfurt am Main is beautifully decorated to the smallest detail, like the apartment of Amélie Poulain. On 90 sqm of retail space, the Stuttgart-based agency has created a kind of walk-in closet that encourages discovery and browsing. Modern, angular design furniture from the white stained pine stand in contrast to the dark gray oak floors and objects in vintage-style as the old leather chests, jewelry boxes and bird cages.

For example, the bird cages serve not only as decoration but also as an exhibition space and even on the wall provide the illustrations of magpies, badgers, squirrels and robins a place for product presentation. To allow a rapid change in every collection remodeling of the store, a flexible support system with vertical slot rails and wall panels were chosen. The seasonally changing graphics can be easily exchanged and the showroom is ready again to be explored.

Designed by dfrost



















http://www.dfrost.de
http://www.plotmag.com/blog/2011/03/s-oliver-concept/

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One thought on “s.Oliver accessories store by dfrost, Frankfurt

  1. bird cages says:

    I love these vintage bird cages in this hip store. They add such a great feel. The old vintage “secret garden” esque look is in !

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