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Wonderful shop or store display idea -- using white washed or peeled pale wood stumps for display - GREAT for a shop store bar, café, or restaurant window!

Designed by New York architect Jeremy Barbour, who also created Aesop’s Grand Central Terminal kiosk

Awesome Aesop

aesop / Jeremy Barbour The shelves remind me of some kind of data graph lines

True Burger Bar (Kiev, Ukraine) by anya garienchick, via Behance. Small tables and bench seating in a small window nook

mixing materials - wood, tin and glass industrial style | coco+kelley #inthedetails

Industrial Cage Lights Circa 1940 /Tin ceiling panels/ Photography by Luis Valdizon

Remember my post last week on three products on my lust list? Well... that post, and more specifically those crazy  QUELLE FÊTE (II) melting disco balls are what reminded me to blog about this cooltown installation by Studio Bertjan Pot. Because those big shiny melting balls feature in this very interior (oh stop it, how else would you describe them?!)  This is what Studio Bertjan Pot have to say about the project...

Stairway to Heaven by Studio Bertjan Pot

stairway to heaven' by the netherlands-based studio bertjan pot, winner of the FRAME moooi award 2012

When LA dwellers Angie Myung and Ted Vadakan found their business space overrun with boxes, they knew it was time to move. The couple had begun an online b

Color Pop at Poketo in LA

This is a good point about the window display: use the back space for INSIDE the store. Poketo has become a mainstay of the neighborhood and the local go-to gift store in their large, raw, colorful space.

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Lo que dice la pizarra, porque lo demas es horrible Toast House - Ilkley

H E L L O/ Whale Wins in Seattle

The Whale Wins: A Seattle Restaurant Inspired by the Sea

Marquee lights serve dual purpose as lighting + a special message to guests at The Whale Wins restaurant in Seattle, WA.

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