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Our New Dogs Grooming Store Interior Design Is Cozy and Playful

Pet store interior design

Designed by Mindful Design Consulting

A fun project that we recently completed in San Diego is Ted’s Grooming Emporium, a pet store plus dogs grooming salon, all in one. Designed for dogs only, the store has a clean, playful interior, where cold tones mix with the warmth of wood.

Pet store interior design

The name of the store comes from that of the owner’s pet, Ted, the unofficial CEO and president, whose picture is displayed in the store.

Ted was more than just the good spirit behind this entire pet store interior design project. He was also the inspiration for the store’s logo, which was provided by the owner.

In order to create an interior in line with the logo, that could be part of a cohesive branding strategy, we used the same tones of blue as a starting point in our design. We added gray hues to complete a cold-tone palette that gives the place a sense of freshness and cleanliness, then we generously added wood accents for balance. Wood was also the unifying element that brought nature inside and that lined and emphasized all the elements of this pet store interior design. It was used to embellish structural elements, such as support columns or the ceiling, and continued on the front side of the counters.

Easy traffic was essential and playtime encouraged, so we allowed for generous floor space and opted for easy-to-move wooden shelving that we combined with nesting tables as another shelving option. 

Pet store interior design

The store has a number of functional areas that keep with the color theme and the cheerful spirit of the place. Bone-shaped tables welcome the dogs for grooming in a well-lit area, while shelves full with treats are always close. There is also a charming photography area where the clean dogs can take nice shots against a beautiful wooden wall.

Pet store interior design

Because we tried to keep the color range in check, we added variation through materials and patterns. We combined paint, wallpaper and shiplap to match the spirit of playfulness that the store needed to reflect. We opted for a dog-themed wallpaper that we paired with thin stripes, and used dog photography high on the walls and for an adorable wall gallery. The different floor colors emphasized the different areas – an epoxy floor that pulled all the grays and blues together in the grooming and photography area, and a brown one in the shopping area. 

Black accents here and there, such as light fixtures, countertops or wall tiles, give the interior a touch of sharper color contrast. Finally, while we made great use of recessed lighting in order to flood the place with light, we added some modern fixtures for extra charm and to soften the angles of the space. In the end, we created a pet store interior design that is colorful yet orderly, full of visual energy yet cohesive.

Pet store interior design

Please take a look at our Before and After images of selected projects from 2017 HERE.

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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