A big city store reopens with a seventies-inspired new look


Molton Brown, the British fragrance manufacturer, has reopened its Nottingham store after being refurbished with a 1970s-inspired twist. The store is located at 21 St Petersgate opposite Waterstones Bookshop and Kiehl’s Cosmetics.

The contemporary new store features natural rattan textures, plants and British furnishings that add a special touch to London’s original Mayfair salon. The brand focuses on sustainability, so all floor tiles are sustainable, with part of the walls being made from cork produced in a factory that uses mostly renewable energy with a zero-waste policy.

The store will offer an eco-conscious refillable collection that includes reusable glass bottles and handwash refills to last. The plastic bottles used in the store are made from 50 per cent recycled PET, but there will be the option for customers to recycle their old Molton Brown products with the ‘return’. recycle. reward system.

Molton Brown has reopened with a brand new look

Steve Clark, Retail Sales Director, said: “We at Molton Brown have been passionate about investing in our stores over the past few years to ensure they evolve to stay relevant; Put experience at the center of what we do. Working with award-winning designers Dalziel & Pow and inspired by the first Molton Brown salon, which opened in 1971, we have developed an exciting new store concept that we will now be rolling out across our campus.”

The store sells the Molton Brown range of luxury hand washes, soaps and hair care products. Molton Brown also has a concession at John Lewis in the Victoria Centre.


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