Terracotta Hues Invite Indulgence in this Fine Jewellery Store

Each Marrow Fine store is unique and all are dramatic. Throughout this open, 1,115-squarefoot interior, shapes create an aura more akin to a luxe hotel lobby than a retail setting.

Varied seating vignettes offer options for clientele to sit, chill, and imbibe a flute of champagne with the staff while contemplating potential purchases.

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There is an abundance of seating. Opt for a tiered sofa upholstered in embossed velvet just past the entry, or traverse the centre to the opposite wood-framed settee flanked by recesses for plants. Another choice is chairs at the marble-topped console, the largest of four, fronting the scalloped, citron-toned display wall with built-in vitrines. For privacy, head to the rear where a secluded salon is situated.

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A chunky column creates two deep curved alcoves, filling the overall volume with shaped forms: orbs, ovals, niches, and tambours. Inspiration, of course, came from Chicago’s renown as an outstanding city of architecture. At Marrow Fine, the overarching idea is movement, transforming an often sterile and static experience into an embracing organic one.

SOURCE | Interior Design

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Lucy Mister

13th February 2024