Free retail design resources for inspired interiors

As retail designers, we can’t get enough retail design inspiration!

We love replenishing our creativity by looking at what other retail designers are doing all around the world. There are lots of free online resources available to inspiratizn-hungy interior designers, if you just know where to look.

Aside from Instagram and Pinterest, which we frequent (of course!), here are a few of our favourite online resources we keep going back to for inspiration:

Retail Design Blog

This is the quintessential retail design blog. Retail Design Blog features only the best retail design projects from all over the world. They have compiled thousands of retail design projects – all easily searchable by retail design category – and accompanied by beautiful imagery  – into one of the very best retail resources on the world wide web today.

If you need to get inspired for a retail design – this is the blog to visit!

Kizer and Bender’s Retail Adventures

This is not, strictly speaking, a retail design blog, but it is all about retail. Kisser and Bender’s Retail Adventures focuses on the business science behind a successful retail business. The authors are professional retail consultants with decades of experience behind them. They cover some excellent research into retail design and ergonomics best practice amongst their research. If you want to design a retail store that SELLS for your customers, this is the site for you.

It’s a wealth of free information. Essential reading for any retail designer who takes their job – and their clients – seriously.

Design Milk

Design Milk is also not a site dedicated exclusively to retail design. This site covers any and all excellent design – be it architectural, product, interior or art design – if it’s beautifully design, it will eventually end up here. Expect to be inspired in unexpected ways. Every post on this well-curated site features excellence in design that you can apply to your interior design projects one way or another.

Let us know what sites you visit to get your daily dose of retail design inspiration in the comments below.