Boutique interior design has delicate interior elements; wooden grid and copper works. Occupy 50 sqm spaces, this boutique interior design look larger thanks to light playful effect because of wooden grid structure. Raw woods lattice-like structure elements bring both aesthetically and practical functions, and of course economical in budget but stunning in result, because these elements turn plain interior become luxury ones.
Tropical wooden planks arranged as grids installed to cover walls and glass windows to enhance the tiny interior design, which has existing nooks. Books retained, lattice form walls polish up the nooks so entire interior look stunning. While walls covered by lattice form, the nooks become display of Sandra Weil fashion cloth. The lattice forms decoration also filter views from outside of this clothing store, so intimacy atmosphere created. The customers of this small boutique store can focus to choose the clothes without worry being observed from the outside. But from the outside, the boutique store glow softly. The light burst in between wood planks bring curiosity for people at the outside, invite people on sidewalk to come in to this fashion brand boutique store.
Custom copper works become surprising decorating element of this tiny boutique interior design that dominated by wood works, wood grid and also wooden floor. Polished copper bars rimming across wooden grid, and become hanging element of the clothes. The dress hanger also made especially for this fashion store with copper. Copper stick that handle lamps installed in group, hang at different ceiling location. Made for Sandra Weil by Zeller & Moye in Mexico City.