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April 2017

 

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There is only one thing sweeter then dessert, and that is sweet interior design. Good design can turn simple elements of decor into eye candy, but can also contribute to opening an appetite. Here are four such interiors, from a dessert store with furniture that looks edible to a cafeteria that seems to grow from itself.

At the end, a bonus: an ice cream shop where every treat is homemade and every corner bears our signature - Jojo's Creamery in Encinitas, CA.

Enjoy and get inspired!

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Truly yours,

EKATERINA KOHLWES principal / designer

If you missed it, read our March newsletter that talks about four business interior design trends to watch in 2017.

Furniture You Want to Eat

Mouth-Watering Interior Design Turns Dessert Store Into a Stunner

Mouth-Watering Interior Design Turns Dessert Store Into a Stunner

Via chuknum.com Designer: Savvy Studio All photos via chuknum.com A pastry boutique in Monterrey, Mexico, is proving that good interior design can go a long way to opening an appetite. Designed by Savvy Studio, Cioccolato is a veritable place of culinary temptation for those with a sweet tooth - and a store difficult to leave empty-handed. The interior is designed as …

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Candy Twirls and Two Stories of Sweetness

Scrumptious Interior Designs: Two-Story Candy Store is a Sweets Wonderland

Scrumptious Interior Designs: Two-Story Candy Store is a Sweets Wonderland

Via retaildesignblog.net Designer: Redesign Group All photos via retaildesignblog.net As one of the largest candy stores in the world, Candylawa has an interior design that matches its magnitude in ingenuity. Located in the Panorama Mall in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, the store is a veritable wonderland where the exuberant flavors of sweet treats are masterly translated into design terms. The result …

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Simple Design for a Store with Simple Desserts

Dessert Store Uses Brick and Wood for a Minimalist Interior Design

Dessert Store Uses Brick and Wood for a Minimalist Interior Design

Via dezeen.com Designer: Matt Woods All photos via dezeen.com While the use of vibrant colors and daring chromatic combinations works in raising the appeal of desserts stores, so does a minimalist approach or a drastically reduced color palette. A great example is The Dessert Kitchen store in Sydney, the creation of Australian designer Matt Woods. Here, the minimalist approach is …

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Organic Interior Design with Curves and Color

Bold Curves and Colors in Food Court Interior Design

Bold Curves and Colors in Food Court Interior Design

Via designboom.com Designer: Karim Rashid All photos: Lee Gyeon Bae The interior design of a food court in Seoul, South Korea has received the stamp of Karim Rashid, the New York-based designer with a penchant for color and bold designs. Under his magic wand, Amoje Food Capital, a cafeteria for the Lotte Department Store, has turned into a buoyant display …

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Using Wood for a Cozy Ice Cream Shop Interior

Jojos Ice-Cream Shop Interior Design

Homemade Ice Cream Shop in Encinitas, California, Gets the Mindful Design Treatment

Designer: Mindful Design Consulting A mother-and-daughter team of dessert aficionadas from Encinitas, California, has opened a homemade ice cream store whose interior design bears our signature. Jami and Emily, the owners of JoJo’s Creamery, make their ice cream, sauces and waffle cones from scratch using only simple ingredients, such as organic milk, sugar, flour and eggs. Including vegan and gluten-free options …

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If you are thinking to open up a new business or in a process of rebranding and remodeling your existing business, contact us to get a free consultation from Mindful Design Consulting. Click HERE to price your project design.

Also, take a look at “Branding By Interior” e-book, the only book written on this subject at this time. It brings insight on how you can turn your business into a market-dominating competitor by using human cognitive responses.

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