Teyoland Ethno Chic + DIY installation by Masquespacio, Valencia – Spain

November 24th, 2013 by retail design blog

Masquespacio present their last project designed for Teyoland, a Spanish furniture and DIY department store that offers 100% Made in Spain products on a 20.000 m2 surface. The installation realized by Masquespacio is based on the current Ethno Chic trend and the growing popularity from DIY. Ana Milena Hernández Palacios: “For this first installation we proposed Teyoland to create two rooms of a home based on an Ethno Chic style.”

A style gaining popularity thanks to the boom actually vivid in Latin American countries and the consequent interest to commercialize products from this countries. “Secondly we added some DIY elements to the installation to show shoppers how to obtain a personal and unique touch in their homes.” For example 2 doors are used as a low table and some picture frames are showing reindeers created with tape.

Recognizable in the whole installation is the mix between both trends and the additional contemporary feeling, using the Ethno Chic style in a modern house. A home that lets you dream away a moment, enjoying exotic paradises. Additional information: Part of the installation was done live during a small talk by Ana Milena Hernández Palacios showing shoppers how to add a personal touch to their Ethno Chic home by Doing It Yourself.

Design: Masquespacio
Designer: Ana Milena Hernández Palacios
Photography: David Rodríguez




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