Industrial Shop Fit Out Inspiration May 15 2015, 1 Comment

It’s no secret that engaging shop design plays an important role in how a customer experiences your shop. A good shop fit out is not just stylish; it invites people to come inside and have a look around. Industrial shop design is still incredibly popular in this respect. It’s both edgy and trendy, drawing people in. These shop fit outs also convey the character of your shop and products in a way that appeals to the general public, because industrial is still a big trend in home interior design, too. If you’re starting up a new business or would like to fit out your shop anew, then industrial shop design might be the thing for you. To give you some inspiration, we’ve gathered a few industrial shop fit out ideas. And of course, we offer a huge collection of industrial lighting for shops on our website. Let us know what you think!

In this shop fit out, metal pigeon hole style shelves make for a basic, straight-forward look. The practical clip-on task light finishes it off.

 


This mainly wooden shop fit out feels authentic and warm. At the same time, its simplicity allows for a focus on and enhancement of the product: classic jeans. The black enamel pendant lights fit the general atmosphere perfectly.

Using worn materials in an unexpected way can work miracles for your industrial shop design. Here, old salvaged shutters have been made into beautiful clothing racks.

High shelves that can only be reached by a ladder are reminiscent of a library where you hunt for treasured books. Here, this feeling is recreated in a cookware shop. But instead of a stuffy library, this shop fit out with its black retro dome lights and metal shelves looks bright and spacious.

Another great example of using an industrial material in an unexpected way. In this shoe shop fit out, car tyres make for original, eye-catching display pieces.


The lighting in this shop fit out kills two birds with one stone: there’s plenty of light to emphasize the products in the middle, and at the same time the pendant lights create a beautiful, striking display that catches attention. A similar set-up with our schoolhouse lights would be gorgeous.

A uniting colour is not always easy to accomplish, but looks great once you get it right. Here, accessories and chalk on the wall connect with the on-trend soft yellow of the shop’s current product line. Added bonus: when it’s time to change the collection, you can easily erase the chalk and use a different colour to suit the new products.


This business has done a good job separating areas and adding a stylish aspect to their shop fit out by using different colour sets of enamel pendant lights: the green and grey lights connect well to the surrounding interior.

This business proves that industrial shop design and chic go together perfectly. A palette of grey tones mixed with warm wooden accents achieves a classy, almost glam look with an edgy flavour. The black pendant cage lights fit in effortlessly.

So, what do you think: Have you been converted to industrial shop design? Let us know what you think of these industrial shop fit outs in the comments below!

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