When you're looking for ideas for displaying collections or choosing a lighting scheme, turn to retail stores. Store designers try to grab your attention with color, pattern, lighting, and unexpected architectural details, so they can be great resources of inspiration. Browsing through the portfolios of retail architects or checking out shop interiors online and in-person can open up space for thinking about design in a new way.
Designer: Masamichi Katayama of Wonderwall
Takeaway Ideas: Tiling both the floor and the counter in the same pattern doubles the impact of the pixelated pattern, while the upholstered stools set it off even more.
Photo: Opus Shop by Paradox Studio