Fixtures were designed to resemble pieces of furniture amassed
over time. Flexible, multi-use wall displays welcome and engage the
customer; ocean-themed art looks as if it’s been collected over time.
Inexpensive lighting fixtures provide accents to the overall diffuse
lighting scheme rather than spotlighting products or adding drama.
Left: This cart was challenging to fabricate in quantity, idX says,
because of the mix of reclaimed woods in the original the company
built to designer specs. The intent was to create a cart that looks
like it has an actual history rather than something that looks more
like a prop.
Sperry | Natick, Mass.
Retailer: Wolverine Worldwide Inc., Rockford, Mich.
Design: Callison, Seattle
General contractor: idX Corp., Puyallup, Wash.
Fixtures/flooring/ceiling: idX Corp., Puyallup, Wash.
Lighting consultant: Oculus Light Studio, Santa Monica, Calif.
Lighting fixtures: IKEA, Plymouth Meeting, Pa.; CB2, New York;
West Elm, Seattle; Specialty Lighting, Centerbrook, Conn.;
Villa Lighting Supply Inc., St. Louis
Furniture: Kaas Tailored, Mukilteo, Wash.; Lazar, Siler City,
N.C.; Kingsley Bates, Manassas, Va. (including ottomans);
sugarSCOUT, Los Angeles (yellow stools); ATG Stores/Lowes,
Kirkland, Wash. (lounge chair at storefront)
Flooring: Nomadic Trading Co., Durham, N.C. (carpeting);
Shaw Hospitality Group , through the Wright Group,
Seattle; Madeline Weinrib Rugs, New York
Signage: MC Sign Co., Mentor, Ohio