Interior design stores are completed designed by the architect Creneau International. This galante store is located in Bruges, Belgium. By the architect, this galante store is progressed in 2011 for the galante client.
Two flamboyant gentlemen, Alain and Robbie from Galante, know all about the most exclusive, even sometimes eccentric, shoes. They give every customer the royal treatment. The Creneau International is asked by the pair courteously to turn the new store shop site into a theatrical yet stylist decor, it is where the perfect shoe is always finds its perfect owner, like in every fairy tale.
By a smaller storage room which is located in the center, the store is divided in two areas. The architect managed to turn a structural flow-stopper into a striking show-stopper, covering this functional ‘box’ in luscious red roses and juxtaposing it to a wall wide mirror. A stunning chandelier doubles as a shoe platform at the front of the store, it is hanging from a mystical custom-made ornamental rosette with the lion heads and little angles. The two horses holding small chandelier in their mouths light the back room. A delicate tableau in white displays the fairytale creatures and features; it is surrounded by the most beautiful shoes.
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The focus is remains on the true stars of this store, it is keeping the color palette which limited to a sober white and it is complementary rich burgundy red. All of the interior design which is arranged by the architect as the interior designer made this fashion shoe store to be a nice luxury store design, consider to the interior design itself.
The red color which comes from the roses-shaped decoration add the attractive view, it is eye-catching. The most dominantly color is white, a bright color, so the red roses decoration more looked beautiful. It is a nice shoe store interior designs.
Architects: Creneau International
Interior design: Simone Pullens
Account mgmt: Babs Van Hassel
Project mgmt: Wim Janssen
Location: Bruges, Belgium
Date of completion: 2011
Photographs: Philippe Van Gelooven