Home Guide started by creating a distinctive entrance which stood out from the neighbouring stores and invited customers in, to explore further. Each unique display pieces was carefully sourced to create a cohesive collection that spoke to the overall vintage theme. A neutral palette of off-white with accents of French blue and natural timber further add to the essence of the store.
A homely feel is created from the start, with a little ‘porch’ setting, acting as a unique display area and point of entry into the store. The façade was designed to look like a welcoming cottage entrance, grabbing the attention of passersby, and setting it apart from the other store-fronts, an ideal in retail interior design.
Stepping through the cottage pane front door, one is greeted by a dream vintage wonderland with a range of intriguing products. A clean layout with unique display items, from vintage suitcases to timber ladders and coat racks, creating the distinctive personality of Little Flower At The End OF The Rainbow. All of the elements speak the same language to create the harmonious vintage boutique concept for this space, creating a Singapore based interior design that could be anywhere in the world.
A variety of hanging and fitted lighting creates visual interest and adds a little fun while providing practical and focal lighting for the store. The screed floor was used to add to the “olde worlde” feel throughout the space.