Lush Cosmetics will temporarily close its doors at Walden Galleria this week and reopen in June with a new design concept.
The British beauty shop, known for its unpackaged eco-conscious bath bombs and soaps, will expand its retail space and remodel it using environmentally friendly materials.
At 2,500 square feet, the store will be three times the average Lush store. Reclaimed wood, ethically sourced from barns and industrial buildings in Portland, Ore., will make up the store's walls, floor, and shelving. Customers will be seated at vintage school chairs for one-on-one product consultations. Bath bomb and bubble demos will take place in rustic concrete sinks. Product will be lit by vintage pendant lights pulled from an old freighter in British Columbia.
Lush sells skincare, hair care, makeup and bath products using fresh fruits and vegetables, essential oils and other ethically and sustainably sourced ingredients. The company has 250 locations in North America.
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