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John Lewis is spending £14m on overhauling its home department

John Lewis spends £14m on creating an 'Ikea-style' home department

Department store group John Lewis is spending £14m on creating an ‘Ikea-style’ layout for the home department in its Oxford Street flagship.

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T2 Regent Street

Store of the Week: T2 brews a beautiful launch on Regent Street

Australian tea specialist T2 has opened a small but beautiful store, its third in the UK, on London’s Regent Street.

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Store gallery: The summer visual merchandising heating up London's West End

Visual merchandising teams across the capital have been busy trying to put shoppers in the mood for summer, but have their efforts paid off?

The retailer said the Birmingham store is the blueprint for all future Harvey Nichols stores

Store gallery: Harvey Nichols unveils new 'blueprint' Birmingham store Video

Harvey Nichols has lifted the curtain on a new store concept in Birmingham which it says will be the “blueprint” for all its future shops.

Asda in Deptford

Store gallery: How Asda is making a play for the convenience sector Video

The grocer has opened two convenience stores on high streets in London that could offer a new template for further expansion.

Selfridges

Store gallery: Selfridges’ refined revamp in central Manchester Video

Selfridges on Exchange Square may be the younger sibling to its London flagship, but after refurbishment it has poise beyond its years.

Super U, Thourotte

Store gallery: Augmented animal antics at Super U, Thourotte

Cows, pigs and trees are made to appear in shopping trolleys at a supermarket experimenting with augmented reality in Northern France.

Store design & visual merchandising comment

Kim Winser

Comment: Hosting pop-ups is the way forward for retailers and brands alike

The notion of what constitutes a pop-up may be changing, but it is an increasingly important approach for retailers of all kinds to consider.

In-store Sales

Comment: Red Sale signs no longer rouse the right reaction

The plethora of red signage up and down the high street means that Sales have become more or less an irrelevance to shoppers.

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