Eclectic Art Deco Boutique

This Austin-based boutique, designed by Heather Harkovich and Raquel Skrobarczyk, exudes art deco style blended with contemporary and eclectic themes.
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Photo By: Casey Dunn

Photo By: Casey Dunn

Photo By: Casey Dunn

Photo By: Casey Dunn

Photo By: Casey Dunn

Photo By: Casey Dunn

Photo By: Casey Dunn

Photo By: Casey Dunn

Photo By: Casey Dunn

Photo By: Casey Dunn

Eye-Catching Pink Door on Austin Boutique

This Austin boutique, designed by Heather Scott Home & Design, features a bright pink door that's reminiscent of the colorful doors in London.

Whimsical Austin Boutique

This Austin storefront, designed by Heather Scott Home & Design, features pop-out windows to draw attention to the mannequins inside.

Glamourous Pink Front Door and Jewelry Displays

This boutique features a glamorous pink front door plus jewelry displays that allow window shoppers to see merchandise from the street.

Boutique Bench Sitting Area

The owner wanted to incorporate her own art into her overall theme throughout Found boutique. Her unique style is represented through the watercolor art and fabulous geometric wallpaper. She also wanted to incorporate her love of pattern and gold, so she used a Lucite and brass bench that has a faux serpent fabric.

Black and Gold Boutique Entry

Textured black-and-white wallpaper makes a bold statement in this boutique. The textured gold lamps stand atop an antiqued mirrored chest that is as stylish as it is functional.

Art Deco Boutique Display and Seating

A custom art piece was selected in the beginning and became an inspiration piece for the overall color scheme of this boutique. A glass table with a unique base is an easy centerpiece to capture the customer's eye, and mixed patterns and jewel tones help the jewelry stand out.

Art Deco Boutique Cashier Backdrop

To really catch the customer's eye, the owner's existing art piece was used as an inspiration for the color palette. Fun and vibrant wallpaper patterns are found throughout the store, and the shimmering gray wallpaper used behind the cashier area was actually used in the 60's.

Store's Art Deco Jewelry Display

The floor of this boutique is a herringbone pattern tile that looks like wood to brighten up the space and pairs well with the fuchsia chairs. The jewelry display unit has panels of antique glass and brass framed shelves to coordinate with the custom clothing rack design

Art Deco Retail Sitting Area

It was important for this boutique to have an inviting and fun experience for shoppers, so a decorative settee was incorporated so guests could be comfortable while shopping. All the molding was added on to give a feminine and Parisian look in a subtle and simple way.

Clothing Rack and Black Art Deco Bench

A pre-existing bench that was reupholstered with a shimmering black fabric with coordinating cording was used as a comfortable sitting area in this boutique. The pillow fabric was also used as a wallpaper application in the dressing room and behind the cashier counter.

Art Deco Boutique Bathroom

This very glam bathroom incorporated a mix of matte and glossy black throughout with all gold accents and marble floors to brighten up the space.

Austin Boutique Exterior

The street view was an important component for the owner of this boutique. West 5th Street is a busy street in Austin and it was important for her to have mannequins displayed in pop out windows with open views into the store.