Beautiful and Creative Stores with a Unique Concept

In the 1960s the high street saw the emergence of 'Boutiques', which were usually small shops offering a select range of one type of product, very often clothes.

Then in the early 90s, the 'Concept Store' came into being. This type of store offers a carefully selected range of various items based on a theme. If the consumer 'clicks' with this theme, the concept store will become a one-stop-shop, supplying, for instance, clothing, soft furnishings, music and footwear based on that particular lifestyle.

These days boutiques and concept stores seem to intermingle in the high street, and we have true boutiques, true concept stores, and a mixture of both.

Creative Stores with a Unique Concept

This article brings you a little peek into some very well designed stores with a unique concept.

Creative Stores with a Unique Concept

69Vintage, Toronto
69Vintage

Kirk Originals, Conduit Street, London
Kirk Originals

Boux Avenue
Boux Avenue

Spencer Hart, London
Spencer Hart

United Nude, London Store
United Nude

Mulberry, Spring Street, New York
Mulberry

The Tea Cosy Tea Rooms, Brighton, UK
The Tea Cosy Tea Rooms UK

Initial Concept Store, Hong Kong
Initial Concept Store

Timberland, Westfield, London
Timberland

Tongues Delicatessen, Vienna
Tongues Delicatessen

Anthropologie
Anthropologie

Alter Concept Store, Shanghai
Alter Concept Store

Dishoom Bombay Cafe, London
Dishoom Bombay Cafe

Hostem, London
Hostem

GRAST, New York
GRAST

Happy Shop, Berlin
Happy Shop

Late Night Chameleon Cafe, London
Late Night Chameleon Cafe

Barbie Store, Shanghai
Barbie Store

C Wonder
C Wonder

Monsoon
Monsoon

Telecom Willis Street Experience, Wellington, NZ
Telecom Willis Street Experience

Russian Concept Store
Russian Concept Store

Adidas Complex, Beijing
Adidas Complex

Merci, Paris
Merci

The Clinic, Antwerp
The Clinic

Fisik, Paris
Fisik

Swedish Co-op Cafe
Swedish Co-op Cafe

Nike Stadium
Nike Stadium

Malo Stores, Italy
Malo Stores

Levi's Meatpacking, New York
Levi's Meatpacking

Absinth Depot, Berlin
Absinth Depot

East Hampton RRL Concept Store
East Hampton RRL Concept Store

Mykita
Mykita

Fiu-Fiu
Fiu-Fiu

Rembrandtplein Starbucks Concept Store
Rembrandtplein Starbucks Concept Store

New York Camper Store
New York Camper Store

Artisan Cellars Singapore
Artisan Cellars Singapore

Beijing Alexander Wang Flagship Store
Beijing Alexander Wang Flagship Store

Geneva Aesop Store
Geneva Aesop Store

Uniqlo Tokyo
Uniqlo Tokyo

Tokyo Roen Store
Tokyo Roen Store

Taiwan Noodle House
Taiwan Noodle House

Shanghai Apple Concept Store
Shanghai Apple Concept Store

Mocha Mojo Chennai India
Mocha Mojo Chennai India

Macau Manchester United Store
Macau Manchester United Store

London Burberry Flagship Store
London Burberry Flagship Store

Lava Martian Embassy Sydney
Lava Martian Embassy Sydney

Hublot Store Singapore
Hublot Store Singapore

Doncaster Melbourne Volume Store
Doncaster Melbourne Volume Store

Adidas Spaceship Concept Store
Adidas Spaceship Concept Store

Church of Apple Concept Store
Church of Apple Concept Store

Conclusion

Do you have any boutiques, concept stores or simply uniquely designed stores in your high street? Do you use these types of shops, either in the high street or online?

Please share your experiences with us in the comments section below.

Opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and not necessarily those of Onextrapixel.