Retail and Shopfronts.
Lustalux has become the go-to company for the Retail sector when establishments are looking for impactful exterior facades that attract passing traffic. We can also install window film and architectural wrapping film. Our job portfolio is crammed with stunning images and designs specially created to help shopkeepers compete on the high street.
Curb appeal is everything. From initial design to regular maintenance, Lustalux is a hardworking retail partner.
We work throughout the UK for both supply and installation of window film, architectural wrapping films, graphics and signage highstreets and village boutiques.
Bringing projects in on time and on budget, our team of experts specialise in providing effective, low maintenance solutions with minimal disruption to foot traffic.
Recently we have seen an increase in demand for “architectural surface wrapping” where we can transform interior and exterior surfaces without the need to rip out and replace.
Our Architectural Wrapping Films eliminate the need to replace all types of surfaces and furniture. Retail counters, Elevators, doors and even walls can be given a fresh new look with literally hundreds of finishes and effects available. This film is especially useful in a high fashion busy environment as it is durable and easily cleaned without damage.
From a ecological view point, refurbishing rather than replacing will save on wastage and therefore landfill this ticking the “green” box.
Retail premisses are usually glazed with wooden surrounds and a shop facade or facia that is used to communicate name of the business
In order to appreciate which approach to shop front design is appropriate will involve undertaking an analysis of the street and building context. Understanding the local context can help to highlight the underlying scale, proportions and features of the street and building and aid the provision of high quality shop fronts which help to enhance the character of retail areas.
Creating a Sympathetic but Stimulating retail fascia requires skill.
The perception of a building changes as it is approached. The eye first notices the outline and general character of the street. Then the individual property is picked out and its shape and proportions noted. Finally, the style and details of doors and windows, colours and textures are observed. With this in mind, shop front designers should consider the layering effect of the wider character of the street as well as the character and style of the building and its features. Good design provides interest and harmony at each level.