Interior Fit Out for London • Suspended Ceilings • Partitioning • Commercial Interiors • Internal Plastering • Render • Screeding • Retail interiors • Shop Refits
Shopping in Sloane Street is one of the ‘must do’ experiences for visitors and tourists to the UK capital. Situated in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, it is recognised internationally as one of the world’s most luxurious shopping destinations.
Browsing the intimate Knightsbridge boutiques, it’s likely, within the space of an hour or two, you will encounter a rich array of luxurious brands in the form of designer handbags, couture, accessories, perfumes and, of course, stunning jewellery.
Interior Fit Out for London – StanLil is a Trusted Specialist Contractor
StanLil Contractors was delighted to be asked to fit out one of Sloane Street’s most exclusive jewellery boutiques. With over fifteen years of experience as specialist contractors, we relish the challenge of creating the kind of luxuriant shopping environment expected by shoppers to this world-famous location, usually working within tight deadlines, and often negotiating our schedule around our client’s opening hours! StanLil has gained a reputation for setting the bar high, when it comes to professionalism and customer service, even in the most challenging of circumstances.
Interior Fit Out for London – StanLil Creates an Exclusive Ambiance with Light
Jewellery provides fantastic opportunities for imaginative, directional lighting within a boutique setting. Our client requested that we find a way to create stylish, subtle lighting sources to enhance the brilliance of the beautiful pieces on display. We achieved this by fitting a suspended ceiling, into which we inserted lighting troughs which gave us absolute control over the way the lights played upon the numerous surfaces and textures available. Shoppers were invited to wonder at the brilliance of jewellery that appeared to glow, without being immediately aware of the lighting source.
Interior Fit Out for London – StanLil Uses Partitions and Cornice Work to Shape Physical Space
Our client was keen that visitors to the store should feel as though they were discovering the jewellery displays, rather than encountering everything on offer the moment they walked through the door. StanLil achieved this effect by using flexible, lightweight dry lining partitioning as a means of shaping both the physical space, and the journey of visitors. We wanted to avoid stark lines, and favoured architecture which offered more of a sense of warm inclusivity. This was achieved using cornice work which softened the edges where the walls and suspended ceiling met, and provided a stylish finish to the boutique environment.