A coffee shop, a converted barn and jewellery – what’s not to like?
In November jeweller Harriet Kelsall unveiled its revamped store in Hertfordshire.
The converted barn space has been upgraded and transformed into a jewellery centre designed to act as a social space as well as a retail destination.
As well as having all the features you would expect of the home of a bespoke jeweller – commissions in showcases, framed drawings, consultation areas – it also has some more unusual elements such as a full-blown coffee shop and a garden space.
The new store was created by Lumsden Design Studio, which has also worked on Mary Portas’s retail concepts.
This edition of Store Envy was taken from the December 2012 issue of Professional Jeweller magazine. To make a suggestion for future Store Envy features please email email@example.com.