Sams Barbers by Terry Design, Belfast – Northern Ireland

November 8th, 2016 by retail design blog

Overlooking the river Liffey, fourth generation business Sam’s Barbers has taken on a new chapter in the business’ 100 year history. With a customer experience led approach to the design, Sam’s Barbers is a one stop shop, a place to nip in for a quick cut, grab a coffee, purchase grooming products or go for ‘the full works’ including a traditional hot towel shave.

The design, inspired by the classic gentleman’s club uses a palette of aged timber, ribbed glass, antiqued mirror and marble. With the biggest and best selection of barbers and hair products in Ireland, it was important to create a retail environment that reflected this.

The large apothecary inspired unit alongside a bespoke drapers style unit harks back to a golden age in Barbering.

Design: Terry Design
Photography: Giles Mulligan














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