The Creative Shopkeeper

This timely book features the best and most beautiful independent retail spaces from around the world, which combine marketing savvy with interior design.

The Creative Shopkeeper

Author: Lucy Johnston

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ISBN: 9780500519615

Page: 288

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A sourcebook of highly original ideas for new retail environments that reflect the way contemporary makers do business--full of ideas for how best to market, display, and sell

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