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Retail design - Maria Luisa Pascuzzi

Retail design - Maria Luisa Pascuzzi

clothing hung at eye level. Also makes me think of that jewelry display I saw at Vibes where the necklaces were hung at eye level.

Streets of Georgetown store by Jeffrey Hutchison, Washington, D. store design - Attractive souvenirs on top vs just closet stuff

eiland display, hangt kleding en staan schoenen op de afbeelding

Submarine Clothing Campaigns

Monki store in Sweden by Electric Dreams. But it could be a cool idea for a closet. ABSTRACT: this idea of using a clothing rack like this one gives the store a sweet carnival look and also helps maximize space for more merchandise.

ceiling/lighting/display  very cool lighting, love use of colour and the shapes created by wires

20 Creative DIY Ideas To Hide The Wires in The Wall Room

I'm so excited to end this week with the results of our most recent DS Hashtag Challenge: #DSStorefronts. My goal with this challenge was not just to find visual inspiration from great storefronts, but to also highlight some of the great brick-and-mortar shops across the globe. And your photos did not disappoint! From Mexico, Argentina, the UK, Australia and beyond, your snaps of amazing shops, stores and restaurants have given me so much inspiration. Beautifully lettered logos, neon sig...

Beautiful Storefront - black trim with colored door and oversized window decals

Supermarket Design | Retail Design | Shop Interiors | Roche Bros, Westborough, USA

I don't go to the grocery store at any set time, I just go when I need something. I like to shop in high end supermarkets where the shopping experience is enjoyable. However I usually go to where is most convenient - nearest to my work / house.

White, reclaimed wood. Mirror to bounce light around store. Pendant lights over display tables.  Metal and wood interacting with each other.

The Market on Chapel Hill Inspiration: Wood & White

Worn wood pantina with white all those white dishes and other pale neutral accessories are to die for! The Market on Chapel Hill Inspiration: Wood & White