Nirlat showroom by Studio Yaron Tal, Israel

June 5th, 2012 by retail design blog

Nirlat colors new showroom in Israel was redesigned by Studio Yaron Tal and opened in March 2012. The main purpose in the design concept was to create several different areas that create together an harmonious and pleasant complex. The visitor enters trough a boulevard that simulates a true feeling of walking in a street, using various real structures including doors, windows, fences, benches, plants…

Inside the showroom emphasis was placed to creating a warm and homey atmosphere as well as easy to operate and accessible. All the wide range of colors are displayed on an entire wall, next to them presented small samples of colors in a jar that you can take home to try and test. The design is a good mix of classic and modern with strong touches of color.

Photographer: Itay Sikolski























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