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Cornice mouldings are used to form the shelving of this Aesop shop on Newbury Street in Boston, Massachusetts by William O'Brien Jr.

love this branding via @Colleen Ludovice (inspired to share)

"Ohhh baby, do I love some great branding! Check out this pop up shop in London! Dri Dri Gelato is in St. Martin’s Lane Hotel and was designed by Elips Design.

fabulous art installation by artist Christopher Bettig in the new J Crew store in Rockefeller Center. It's all about the details!!!!

apparently this is from the jcrew store facelift Rockefeller Center store. the wall art is pretty damn cool

Remember that sweets shop I promised to blog about a couple of weeks ago? Well this is it. Finally, I get to share with you this wonderful shop, that our friends Miyamoto and Waka took us to when w…

Interesting display, could be an interesting use of wall space for drawings. Looks clean, and professional, draws the viewer in yet the works still the show stopper.

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Pixelnotes Wallpaper Makes Office Fashion Meet Function

Pixelated Wall Art With Sticky Notes Wallpaper // 10 Creative Office Space Design Ideas

strawberry wildflower cake balloon cake MenScience Flagship Store / HWKN Ralph's from Store Front - The Disappearing Face of New York, by Ja.

milan: cos store opening - this just made me think; the rod for the clothes to hang on in master bedroom should be a continuation on the exposed pipes in bathroom and kitchen, kind of like the whole house is infested by this pipe that happens it be in useful spots and bends at interesting points ;)

milan: cos store opening

milan: cos store opening -clean, simple, wood textural incorporation, light and bright

Aesop Pop Up in Tokyo & Paris’ Marais District | white spaces

Aesop store at Merci by March Studio Paris 02 Aesop pop up store at Merci by March Studio, Paris

‘The Picnic’ features a massive wooden construction of Dinesen Douglas Fir and a textile installation consisting of 1,500 straps made out of a selection of twenty different Kvadrat textiles.

Retail ‘The Picnic’ features a massive wooden construction of Dinesen Douglas Fir and a textile installation consisting of straps made out of a selection of twenty different Kvadrat textiles.

Interior Inspiration: {australasia restaurant} | fleur de londres

Australasia (Manchester, UK) Michelle Derbyshire Shortlisted for Best UK Standalone Restaurant 2012 Restaurant and Bar Design Awards

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