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Emily Barton Design
Interior Design by Emily Barton Design seen at Clad & Cloth Warehouse, Provo - Interior and Exterior Design

Interior and Exterior Design

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In 2019, Emily Barton Design was tasked with designing the interior and exterior of the first ever Clad & Cloth retail store located in Provo, Utah. Emily designed the store’s floor plan and merchandising structure and installed shelving, clothing racks, and accessories fixtures that she custom built. She also designed and built a custom cash wrap counter for the space and executed her design for the store’s fitting rooms. The German smear surface treatment on the exterior of the store’s facade was done by Emily, and she created an art installation of weather treated driftwood that swoops across the building’s exterior. All of the store’s interior visual display was also designed and created by Emily. From the hanging dried and silk florals, the 168 square foot preserved moss wall, the canopy of tree branches, the wall of trailing vines and the floral installations in the fitting rooms, all were custom designed and implemented by Emily Barton Design.

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Emily Barton Design is a creative art studio that fully transforms commercial spaces into impactful and functional experiences for everyone who walks into them. Retail displays, cultivating new environments, custom builds and custom art all help to take the narrative of each brand she works with and translate them into a tangible, hands on, physical space for others to enjoy. Emily Barton Design challenges each client to envision their space more impressive than their own imagination— always pushing the envelope by creating something awe-inspiring and investing in each brand’s success.

In addition to the large scale installation work Emily does for commercial clients, she is available for custom art commissions for residential clients.