100+ Creative Jewelry Storefront Designs
What’s the #1 factor that drives traffic to your store? A creative window display? Close, but not exactly…storefront design is usually the key towards attracting as much attention as possible and if that first impression is just not right, you’re going to have a really hard time persuading people to come in.
Yes, signage and window displays are also extremely important and they’re integral parts of the whole storefront design. With that in mind, we’ve curated over 100 of the most impressive and creative jewelry storefront designs in the world and arranged them in a neat gallery, for your viewing pleasure:
An eye-catching storefront at Zinn's Jewelers with large signage and an inviting, generous display meant to gauge the shoppers attention.
An elegant storefront with minimalistic displays and a large, open entrance meant to give the shopper a sneak peak before entering further inside.
Patty Tobin showcases an elegant and simple store front in black and gold, inspiring sophistication and good taste without crowding the window with unnecessary displays.
An imposing, asymmetrical and modern store front at Omega Boutique, featuring the omega symbol as signage.
The stunning, golden Bulgari storefront India attracts the attention of the onlooker with exquisite decorations and blends of color.
A simple yet classy storefront at Omega, featuring generously sized and beautifully illuminated shop windows.
A stunning storefront with wooden doors and minimal displays. The way the shop is illuminated manages to bring an air of mystery to the entire building.
Al Fardan Jewels went for an all white store front design, with plenty of glass displays, so that you can peek inside.
A stunning store signage with neatly organized and lavish display at Allure Diamonds.
A beautifully decorated shop display that combines a taste of 19th century Russia with modern architecture, inviting the 'contemporary' shopper to enjoy Russian works of art.
A shop display that brings classic and modern together into an uncanny, but attractive symbiosis.
An imposing yet minimalistic storefront with luminous displays rather than using classic display arrangements or mannequins.
An extremely charming display at Blancpain that attracts the eye immediately by combining classic elements with a modern approach. The store is more eyecatching through the design rather than the items exposed in the shop window.
A minimalistic storefront with an exuberant and well organized front view.
A glistening storefront featuring a modest arrangement of display busts and risers.
A modern and luxurious display at Burma with a futuristic design and an strong and eyecatching light-dark contrast.
Busy Bee Jewelry chose a more traditional design, with all glass front. The massive red logo is very eye-catching and see-through glass walls are more inviting.
Minimalist design from Butani Jewellery Boutique, with three small glass box displays placed on a table like support. All glass front with a fine gold frame on the door and gold handle.
Impressive entrance with a purple half dome and gold lettering from Carolyn Sayre's Fine Jewelry. A storefront with a great amount of personality.
Black & white art represented by a Cartier storefront, with high glass display rectangles and a wide grid entrance.
Cartier really know how to get peoples attention, for this storefront they used a giant flower with bright green and pink colors. Also the display is like taken from a fairy tale.
Fine luxury storefront from Chopard as it arrives in Hong Kong. Massive glass displays with glass boxes and a open door entrance.
This Christofle storefront is very simple, yet the strong black gives it a great presence and with all glass displays, you can see everything inside perfectly.
Comete Jewelry Shop plays with black and white, square and round shape contrast. It shows more through the glass walls rather than its display, but accomplishes its goal of standing out perfectly.
Crystal forest design from Swarovski, a great store front which is very compelling and darkly beautiful, in Tokyo.
David Yurman Jewelry store front in Nashville went for a glass and brown marble design, with a lavish model in one of the displays.
David Yurman exterior store design in DC, massive stone finish combined with big glass windows and in corner displays.
De Beers Diamond Jewellers have a very symmetric store front, with blue background and discrete displays, also a very big, inviting entrance, seen in Nanjing, China.
De Beers really have a thing for symmetry and big entrances. This store in Hong Kong is quite remarkable and very eye-catching.
De Beers opens its third store in Mainland, China and this one stands out with its bright background, minimal display, tall glass windows and a colorful image ad on the exterior.
MPA Architects designed the shop front for George Jenson Jewellers Store in Japan. Very elegant, minimalist design, almost like a mirror room.
George Jenson Jewellers Store in Japan. From MPA Architects comes another high class shop front design with all glass walls and a cozy display with various elements.
Fox Fine Jewelry's store front shows a bright gold logo, with glass window displays and brown exterior, allowing a lot of the interior to be exposed and observable from the outside.
Goldtinker red bank jewelry went very discrete with their store front, allowing very little to show from the outside and boost curiosity of the ones passing by with this house like look.
Greenwich Jewelers in New York, store front with a unique carnival like vibe, from the display pieces and the vibrant turquoise background of the main display.
The store front of the Schullin Jewellery with a design by Hans Hollein will surely catch the eye of anyone, since its architecture is so inspiring and unique. Gold, grey marble and a weird hole like design on the exterior.
Amazing how Harry Winston's Shanghai Boutique stands out on this street corner with its bright lights, massive logo, and unique architecture.
Marble pillars, rain installations and small discrete display boxes. This is what characterizes the store front of Heart On Fire, definitely a crazy unique design.
Shotaro Sanada made an incredible design for the Hoeido Chawan Store, in Tokyo. Minimalist, dark colors, bright lights and a no door entrance. Mesmerizing!
Hublot storefront with tall glass windows, simple discrete black displays and a bright logo. Also shows a lot from the interior, giving an inviting feeling.
Hueb store front on Madison Avenue with strong color displays and a rather vintage exterior. The entrance creates a small corridor and gives a bit of a tunnel feeling to it.
J. E. Heaton Jewelers store look like a tiny american colonial house, with a classic display and a cozy exterior setting.
Geometrical architecture, marble finish and uneven glass windows with a small glass rectangle display. A nice inspiration idea for a jewelry shop design.
Dales Jewellers & Goldsmiths keep it classic for their jewelry store, but get a lot of points for the open entrance idea. It simply pulls you in.
Glass boxes with wooden frame for the jewelry display, glass windows and a pretty classic exterior is what Katie O Fine chose for their jewelry storefront.
All open concept, you can see the display up close just by passing by. This is Kay Jewellers, who also went for a bright white on black logo to catch the eye of potential customers.
The Kendra Scott jewelry store in Tucson has a very feminine and elegant vibe, pretty necklaces shining in the glass window display and a pattern finish for the exterior wall.