Knowing that I wouldn't care for the clothes, I could help but be slightly interested in the interior design of the place, curious of what lurked among it's dark (and I mean DARK) halls. So we moved in, immediately greeted by a bouncer. Yes - A Bouncer! Was this a club?
Long halls lit only by track lighting that resembled fresnels stage lighting with shutters only on the small scale, featured dark charcoal walls and ceilings, gorgeous hardwood floors in a warm cherry finish, and strategically placed area rugs and leaning wall art. Oversized lampshades and paper lanterns covered bare bulb pendant fixtures and were dotted throughout the store.
The handbags, jeans, gloves, and scarves are all layered onto these beautiful hardwood bookshelves in sections of the living areas of the store. Deep charcoal turns to deep cloudy blue and then do a deep sage green as you move your way in and around the store. A mirrored hallway, complete with spot lights is almost begging for a cat-walk - but I did resist.
Super large, overscale pieces - like this lampshade are found throughout the store, atop tables and benches, providing just enough muted light to see where you're going. The clothing is highlighted by the track fixtures and several hanging pin lights.