If recently we talked about the interior of the boutique in the style of "renovation", now let's talk about something more elegant and cute. When we come to a particular store, we are primarily interested in goods. Whether it's clothing, food or digital technology, we pay little attention to the interior of the establishment itself.
However, the premises of some stores simply cannot fail to interest the buyer. One of them is just a boutique located in Manila, the capital of the Philippines.
The interior is designed by Spanish designer Juan Carlo Calma, who lives and works in London.
Just entering the store, you can decide that this is a theater stage. And nothing else! All the details shine brightly, illuminated with light, and the shelves resemble … crocodile skin. More precisely, not her, but the pattern that crocodiles have on the back. According to the designer, it was his idea: “I am really interested in expensive leather, including crocodile leather. If you look at it, you will see that it looks like a mosaic.
And the mosaic, in turn, consists of various kinds of geometric shapes. I wanted to research them and got a great idea on how to decorate the interior of the store. In my projects, I always try to focus on nature."
Therefore, no matter how interesting to us the handbags on the shelves of the boutique, it is worth paying attention to the room itself. It's really unusual.