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Latest store design & visual merchandising news

An artist\'s impression of the Chi Kitchen in Debenhams\' store in the Bullring

Debenhams joins retail feeding frenzy with restaurant tie-ups

Debenhams is to invigorate its in-store dining options with a raft of food launches as it aims to refresh the business and attract shoppers.

Store design & visual merchandising galleries

The layout has been designed to be more inspirational

Store Gallery: Carpetright launches 'inspirational' new retail concept

Carpetright’s has unveiled a retail concept on Clapham High Street that is designed to inspire shoppers and encourage experimentation.

Pep&Co Kettering

Store gallery: First look inside debut Pep&Co store in Kettering

Pep&Co, the Andy Bond-led value retailer, is poised to open its first store next week. Here is a sneak peek inside the Kettering branch.

Percy Thrower’s A Wyevale Garden Centre

Stores Gallery: Sowing the seeds of change in Shrewsbury

Wyevale has unveiled the refurbished and refreshing Percy Thrower garden centre in Shrewsbury that presents the format in full bloom.


Store of the Week: Marine motifs in Némeau, Quebec

Nautical-inspired interiors at Canadian fishmonger Némeau show how product influences store design, with eye-catching results.

Cambridge Satchel Company\'s new Covent Garden store

Store of the Week: Cambridge Satchel Company, Covent Garden

Fledgling retailer Cambridge Satchel Company has opened a men-only store for its leather bags. Retail Week takes a look inside.

Gifts can be personalised at the Burberry store

In pictures: Burberry’s new gifts department and cafe in Regent Street

Burberry, the upscale fashion retailer and brand, has launched a gifts department and cafe in its flagship store on Regent Street.

Store design & visual merchandising comment

Wild and Wood

Comment: Wake up and smell the overpriced coffee overkill

Coffee has long been seen as an easy way of making money by many retailers, but are we now afloat with the brown stuff?


Comment: Gap’s brand identity is blue, beige and bland

Tired store design that needs a shot in the arm and drab, monochromatic stock options are at the heart of Gap’s problems.


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