Interior Design | Photography
This quaint space for a tea room came from the idea of creating a boutique within Salhiya. Integration of the design within the mall was essential as the store is hidden within a corridor.
The overall colour scheme and the patterns portray the organic ornaments found in the arts & crafts movement, found in many tea salons.
The mirrors used in the design play with depth and actual height of the low ceiling, in addition light windows are used as illusions for brightness.
Since Madame Sucre’s products are unique to the market, the retail space becomes a focal point for display, making the products a part of the decor.
Getting lost in the detail and the moment keeps Madame Sucre a whimisical experience. The space is
often used to host events that cater to the roaring twenties themes. A rare
triumph to replicate an era with authenticity and care, each accessory is carefully chosen to make the experience real.