Following the success of our collaboration with Charlotte Tilbury on their De Bijenkorf and Selfridges concessions, FormRoom were invited to work on the brand’s Glasgow and Belfast concession spaces.
Design + Manufacture
In keeping with the brand’s Boudoir aesthetic, we re-created our original palm tree chandeliers in copper, rather than being treated to have a rose gold finish. These bespoke chandeliers were hand sculpted and bejewelled with drop gems to capture the glamour and opulence of the Art Deco era.
The palm tree chandeliers act as centrepieces of the banquette seating areas of each concession and provide a point of focus for customers. FormRoom were also commissioned to reinterpret the original banquette seating palms into hanging chandeliers.
The modular store blueprint will be rolled-out for future spaces globally.
“To step inside Charlotte Tilbury’s new make-up store is to step inside the make-up artist’s mind – every mirrored, bejewelled, bedazzled inch of it.”Lisa Niven-Phillips Beauty Editor at Vogue
FormRoom worked closely with the Charlotte Tilbury to build consistent brand visuals that mirrored the brand – ultra-glamor and opulence. From bespoke palm tree chandeliers, make-up stations and banquette seating areas, these design elements evolved to become a part of the brand identity.
We applied this to a modular store blueprint that could be adapted and rolled-out for future spaces globally.