PROJECTS » October

Giant artificial cherry blossom tree and pink rose filled selfie wall decorate the October cocktail bar in Glasgow’s Princes Square


‘To deliver a refreshed interior with stand-out contemporary features jointly branded with partners, Gordon’s Pink Gin and Chambord, to compliment the events launch.’


Installation of two 3.6m tall artificial feature cherry blossom trees to welcome customers with a wow. These were positioned between two large booths and designed to drape over customers for a pretty dining experience.

The design of a feature floral wall incorporating high quality artificial roses, neon lighting with Gordon’s strapline, ‘Shall we’ and a jointly branded sign for Gordon’s and October. We were tasked to make it as eye catching and attractive as possible to encourage selfie and social media promotion. 

Five miniature artificial cherry blossom trees to adorn the sills, giving a taste of the interior to shoppers below through the windows.

Design of a buzz-creating interactive selfie feature. We installed a custom sprayed vintage style bath with 50’s phone unit surrounded by flowers. We incorporated a drinks-sponsored neon sign and added a floral pink flamingo


The welcome area is incredibly important, setting the tone for the visitor experience. An arrangement at the welcome desk, a modern twist on traditional Scottish thistles was selected as were stone effect planters containing lush green Dracaena plants

Tasked with injecting a colour pop into the bathrooms, framed foliage was hung in each of them. The simple white frames echoed the design’s clean lines but also added texture created by the tumbling finish. 

The bar area is simply stunning – with a huge wall of glass offering spectacular views for miles across the rolling countryside. To offer visitors the best experience we enhanced the area with lashings of greenery, bringing together the interior and exterior with stone effect barriers and tower planters filled with Dracaena Janet Craig.  This plant is the perfect choice for an environment with low humidity and air conditioning. Bespoke barriers separate the bar making the most of the opportunity to display the Macallan branding.

A group of tall sustainable timber planters filled with leafy Dracaena and Aglaonema plants successfully create a natural barrier, separating a staff only area. The planters are trimmed with stainless steel for a modern finish.

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