Harrods, the famed British department store, has recently redesigned its 'Fine Jewelry Room' to take consumers back to the store's past. Designed by London-based David Collins Studio, the new Fine Jewelry Room features private, screened sections to highlight each of the jewelry brands on display, creating a lavish shopping experience.
The decision to create private jewelry displays comes from Harrods' history. In designing the new Fine Jewelry Room, David Collins Studio looked to archival images of the department store's Fine Jewelry rooms from years past. Particularly, the studio found inspiration in the original jewelry department at Harrods, which was called the 'Gem Room.' Images of the Gem Room elucidated that such private, screened-in rooms added to the luxurious appeal of displays in the historic Harrods design.
Harrod's 'Fine Jewelry Room' Contains Screened Areas
1. Fine-jewelry-room Redesign - Brands or designers of high-end jewelries can collaborate with store designers in creating private, screened-in areas that can enhance the shopping experience.
2. Luxurious Retail Spaces - Retail stores, especially high-end retailers, can redesign their store interiors and offer more personalized and luxurious shopping experiences to attract more customers.
3. Historical Design Revival - Designers can look into the past and find inspiration in historical designs while incorporating modern touches to create unique and luxurious spaces.
1. Jewelry - Jewelry brands can explore innovative and creative ways to enhance the shopping experience for customers and create a more luxurious and memorable experience.
2. Retail - Retailers can invest in redesigning their store space to create luxury shopping experiences that build customer loyalty and fuel sales growth, especially for high-end attire and fashion items.
3. Interior Design - Interior designers can explore new concepts that bring to life the idea of luxurious spaces that evoke nostalgia and the past but equipped with modern amenities and unique designs.