Barcelona Style: A pop-up shop called Dînatoire

Dînatoire, a common French name according to the owner, is the topic of this Winter’s pop-up shop located in the Born area (c/Comerç) of Barcelona.

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You’ll find at this location a new topic every 2 month, they close then for a few days and open up again with fresh concepts and product.

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Dînatoire offers still until January, 15th beautiful and accessible products all biodegradable from wooden Scandinavian collections to paper products from Japan and those spoons made in Thailand.

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Everything is related to food and tableware, a concept that will still remain at the next opening in February and reinforced by Italian label Variopinte and their colorful enamel collections.

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I like a lot the idea of having a location and present every 2-3 month a new theme and  collections I’d curate and decorate.  How about you? Any interesting pop-up shop concepts you have seen lately?

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10 Responses

  1. I wish I could be there and visit – though it’s probably a good thing for my bank balance that I can’t… It all looks gorgeous, but the spoons from Thailand are probably my favourites. It reminds me a little of Nom Living, a gorgeous shop here in London. x

  2. Beautiful little things, and the space looks interesting, too! I’d love to see an eclectic trends pop-up store…

  3. This pop-up looks just gorgeous Gudy. We found a great one in Carnaby street just before ~Christmas and I think they’re a really brilliant idea. I would SO love to be part of something like this and start designing again-although what???!!! xx

  4. Pop-ups are a great idea to test the waters and not commit to a full out store. I think they are very cool. Louis Vuitton, though on a much greater scale, has what they are calling a pop-up Adventure shop in Paris. This is a fun concept and as quickly as people’s fast changes this only makes these store so much more fun to stumble upon. :)

    1. Hi Lisa, actually the pop-up concept responds very well to the fast rotating taste and hunger for new inspirations we have been falling for. So, really interesting on one side and a bit worrying on the other. Thanks for the tip, I will google it.

  5. What a cool pop-up.. loving everything in there.
    I’m a big fan of pop-ups because they tend to be more creative and interesting.

    One of the cleverest pop-up concepts I know is something called: The Poundshop. These 2 graphic designers find a space, get cool brands to sponsor the decorating and sell products starting at £1 up to £5 or £10 (can’t remember)

    If you Google you will find it… happy New Year Gudy! x

  6. No me pude resistir!!! La ví cuando paseaba por el Born y la acababan de inaugurar. Me llevé varias cositas…Ya sabes, puede conmigo, cosas bonitas y funcionales!!!!

    muaccs!

    ene

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