Charlotte Tilbury emulates the Art Deco era with opulent palm tree chandeliers

FormRoom were invited to work with Charlotte Tilbury on the brand’s concession spaces at Selfridges and luxury department store De Bijenkorf in Amsterdam. In keeping with Charlotte Tilbury’s Boudoir aesthetic, each concession space boasts luxurious materials, deep crimson and rose gold finishes, ornate make-up stations and Art Deco styling.

FormRoom created opulent palm tree chandeliers that provide a point of focus for customers by framing the various POS units, make-up stations and banquette seating areas of each concession space.

These bespoke chandeliers were hand sculpted and treated to give a antique rose gold effect. To capture the glamour of the Art Deco era, with a rock’n’roll edge, each chandelier is bejewelled with drop gems to give a sumptuous effect.

Specifically in Selfridges, the rose gold chandeliers flank the columns of the infamous Beauty Hall. These columns are clad with a mottled glass effect and display multimedia easy-to-follow tutorial videos. These were then framed by intricate, miniature lipstick detailing, which FormRoom modelled on Charlotte Tilbury lipstick product casings.

To see more photos from this project, visit Fit-Out, Interiors & Furniture

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