Posts Tagged ‘furniture store’

Vondom flagship store by Ramón Esteve Estudio, Miami – Florida

December 22nd, 2016

Circular shapes cover every vertical and horizontal surface of the interior. Some shelving made of circular units with different diameters has been placed on the perimeter, thus enclosing the space. It contains the injection collection and the flowerpots on some mirror shelves.

Ballard Designs store by FRCH Design Worldwide, Tysons – Virginia

November 25th, 2016

Accent wall installations bring the wall line down making the spaces feel more intimate, while also creating a temporary backdrop that can be repainted or utilized for layered art and wall décor.

HomeLane.com store by 4D, Bangalore – India

September 15th, 2016

The store design palette is kept warm, clean and contemporary with colored feature walls to draw attention to brand messages. Wooden rafter ceilings help add signature to the brand environment and also add warmth in the common areas.

Godrej Interio B2B store by Four Dimensions, Pune – India

August 24th, 2016

To create spatial interest, platforms are used in different finishes across the store. Flooring overlays in parquet and carpets used in sync with the ceilings help create different interesting highlights across the store to draw interest to the offerings.

Great Little Trading Co. flagship showroom by Resolution Interiors, London – UK

July 8th, 2016

The design resolution was a home-from-home environment, creating inspirational playrooms, bedrooms, shared spaces and study areas.

Silluzio furniture showroom by IVISTUDIO, Catania – Italy

March 15th, 2016

The large windows reveal the totality of the showroom with the different settings, the workstations, and the exhibitors of furniture and complements, all unified by a colour scheme and lightings solutions aiming at reproducing a typical domestic environment rather than an unfriendly or stiff showroom display.

Betra Bak Furniture Store by Ambiente, Reykjavik – Iceland

January 1st, 2016



In 2015, Ambiente transformed the furniture store Betra Bak in Reykjavik into a dreamy universe for the heavy sleeper.

JYSK store by Dalziel & Pow, Horsens – Denmark

December 8th, 2015

Graphics play an integral role informing the customer’s journey through the ranges. There is a new suite of icons with a recurring speech bubble symbol and a useful quality rating system basic, plus and gold. Buying guides for everything from mattresses to curtains have been simplified.

Agender Pop-up Store by Studio Toogood at Selfridges, London – UK

August 18th, 2015



Gender-neutral trend culminates at Faye Toogood\’s Agender pop-up in Selfridges.

CALMA bedding store byM4, Suwon-si – South Korea

July 19th, 2015

In the end, we hoped that the space would be turned into a space where all the moments of the life can be felt with the diverse experiences that can include personal emotion by changing the display method to the one centered on experience, and approached with the design motif of ‘Change of Display, Emotion of Personal Experience’.

BelMoba showroom by Heckhaus, Munich – Germany

January 20th, 2015

In its very first showroom, located at Munich’s new MONA shopping center, customers can experience firsthand the wide selection and variety of high quality products: including touching, experiencing and sample sitting. The basic idea is to combine the consisting sales channels of shopping online and showroom to one location.

BainArt Luxe store by Studio dLux, São Paulo – Brazil

October 23rd, 2014

The store has two outstanding panels that are made with the same material. The first panel is located in the facade of the store, and it was created by combining three different colours, giving it a tridimensional look.

Florense store by Albus, São Luis – Brazil

October 6th, 2014

As you enter the store, a curator’s letter, just like in an art exposition, proves that this is an unconventional showroom. Let yourself be involved and be a part of this world. In the store’s façade, large vinyl stickers create a stunning red velvet curtain. A pair of dragon-shaped majolica cachepots receive the customers.