Grey skies all around, craving some colourful inspiration is expected at this time of year. The colourful design of this frozen yoghurt store is quite refreshing even for the most neutral design advocate.
The design is clean with its simple white backdrop allowing the colours to shine through. The attention to detail is commendable. Notice the cone-shaped pendant lamps, white swings and seating. Everything about this store design screams playful and delightful.
It’s like taking a mental trip to a “Skittles” version of the mountainside if it existed. The use of beautiful secondary colours creates a high contrast scheme. The abstract trees smartly placed around the store also break up the space into distinct areas. A perfect combination of aesthetic and functional roles.
Designed by TRIAD China, this is one of the new China based stores of the US retail brand, Stone Fresh.
We’ve had our colour dose for the day. Now what colourful addition will you make to your space this week?
For more colourful inspiration, also check out these luxury hotels with some serious colour.
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This time last week, we were down south in sunny England enjoying the sights and sounds of Syon Park. This was the chosen venue for Decorex International 2015 – the luxury design event of the year.
The design scene in London was buzzing last week. The London Design Festival kicked off with Decorex right at the start of the week from 20-23 September. The venue was filled to the brim with contemporary luxury furniture, lighting, wallpaper and a variety of home décor from a host of notable luxury brands. The four day event is the leading event for design professionals, interior designers, tradespeople and consumers to find out what’s trending and new on offer in the interior design industry.
Right there at Stand F17, Moody Monday was present with seven other talented designers specially selected by Design Nation. We were there to showcase a preview of the new designs we’ve been working on with our wallpaper and cushions (more to come on our official launch).
Some of Moody Monday’s new vibrant designsSome great interactions at our Group Stand with Design Nation
You might not have been able to catch this year’s event so we captured just a few snippets to share with you.
Stunning lighting by Luum
Garden sculpture by David Harber
Exquisite table setting by Harlequin London
Hand blown glass sculptures by Enemark and Thompson
Next year’s event will be at Syon Park, London again from 18th – 21st September 2016. Save the dates in your diaries.