Tatienne corner by DAW, Chile

February 14th, 2013 by retail design blog

Ripley assigned the design of the new image for the Tatienne corner, according to the “Hippie-chic” concept. A palette of warm and neutral materials was used in order to avoid competing with the clothing, including the utilization of textures, wicker and Córdova tiles. Furthermore, the design included elements of decoration: lamps, bottles, baskets, hats and mannequins, to reinforce the vintage look and feel.

Designed by DAW






http://daw.cl

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