Seoul is becoming the home of sleek design and creative architecture. Even the smallest of new spaces and venues are interesting and well-crafted. It’s no surprise that the city was chosen as the World Design Capital, a title bestowed biennially by the UNESCO-affiliated International Council of Societies of Industrial Design. In this article, we will find out the unreal experiences of Top 7 Seoul Showrooms and Design Stores!
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1. 8 Colors
8 colors can be described by their look as “classy kitsch,” as the shop carries a variety of vintage-inspired items for sale. Select brands include Denmark’s HAY and House Doctor, as well as local brands like Roh and Main, which can all be found on their website. But don’t forget that the store carries its own cushion collection, so be sure to ask the clerk for the full guide.
Inspired By The Look – White Garden Rug
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2. b2 Project
Through travel, b2project wants to understand the culture contained in European art, design, and architecture in the 1940s and 70s, and to share stories with them by making connections. b2 Project is then a mid-century modern design and art store.
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ROOM BY ROOM
A harmony of styles, colours, textures and rugs of all shapes in one place.
Established in 2013, Chapter1 has become an iconic lifestyle store in Seoul by examining boundaries between crafts and modern lifestyles after the industrial revolution. Their aim is ‘to introduce sensible solutions with reasonable decisions’ and ways to that have been choosing good materials and supplying distinctive items. The aim and the ways are characteristics of Chapter1, and they apply to 3 different platforms as forms of 3 shops delivering notions of understanding spaces, understanding products, and understanding sensitivity each. In the cascades of styles and trends, Chapter1 focuses on balances overcoming past and present learning from them yet again.
Inspired By The Look – Umlaza Rug
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Taking inspiration from a 2008 Contemporary European Design & Craft exhibition, HPIX has brought a treasure trove of lesser-known brands to the Korean design market over the past few years. The shop’s favorite is the hand-knitted doll collection by Scottish designer Donna Wilson, but leading brands include Danish interior and lifestyle brands Lucky Boy Sunday and OYOY. Located in Hannam-dong, HPIX’s vibrant collection is intelligently arranged by category, so the shopping experience is not only aesthetically pleasing, it’s easy to navigate.
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5. J’aime Blanc
J’aime Blanc is the hottest issue among stylists when it comes to serious debates on living products. Their two-story building exudes a warm yet sophisticated vibe, and the craftsmanship of their product line never fails to impress. J’aime Blanc has stylish solutions for all interiors in need of refreshing, whether it’s dressing up an upcoming baby’s room, or transforming a dull studio apartment with a splash of color.
German design furniture KARE Curry has been pursuing designs and ideas that go beyond the ordinary and is constantly striving to recreate KARE Lifestyle while traveling the world to find innovative designs. As a result, KARE DESIGN has grown into a global brand. Currently, 200 Brand Partners, 2000 Trade Customers, 100 shops in 40 countries in total, fashion boutiques, and thousands of retail customers around the world show KARE’s unstoppable growth.
Inspired By The Look – La Land Rug
Rooming has found a new home (and look) on a small alley branching off of the main Seorae Village road. This is no small boutique, stretching out to some 560m2, Rooming has a diverse selection ranging from 20,000 won artsy knickknacks to artwork priced in the millions. Most of the products here are the creations of big names like famed Italian designer Enzo Mari, or the revolutionary of modern lighting, Poul Henningsen. Be forewarned: window shopping alone can be a most painfully tempting experience.
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