SHOE STORES! Bethsabee shoe salon by Creneau International, Belgium

June 21st, 2012 by retail design blog

Feminine seduction culled from the ambience and palette of a 17th-century Rembrandt painting is at the heart of the shoe shop Bethsabee. The painting’s frame became a subtle interior feature used in the decoration of the ultra-long counter and walls. We even created a unique wallpaper based on the contours of lady Bethsabee. A grand Swarovski chandelier prominently defines a lounge area at the back of the store.

Designed by Creneau International









http://www.creneau.com

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