Boutique makeover revamps Dower & Hall

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Brand gives Spitalfields store an update with bespoke fittings.

Dower & Hall has given its Brushfield Street store in London’s Spitalfields a spring makeover, fully refurbishing the space with bespoke fittings and lighting.

The new store features a softer, pale grey colour palette, with curved wall displays and the addition of a champagne fridge. The brand has also teamed with Scottish designer Katty Barac of One Foot Taller to create nine bespoke felt lampshades.

One Foot Taller designed the lampshades in "masculine form with a delicate feminine pattern" with a shape that references some of Dower & Hall’s designs.

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The store continues to offer a hand-engraving service and bespoke engagement ring consultancy. 

Dan Dower, design director at Dower & Hall, helped out with the store refurbishment.

He said of the new space: "We are very excited about our store makeover. We believe that bricks and mortar are just as important as e-commerce and both can exist harmoniously.”
 

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