Tesco Reveals New Retail Interior Design for Watford Extra Store

11th September 2013

On August 12th Tesco officially unveiled their new retail interior design at their newly revamped Tesco Extra store in Watford, showcasing their new ideas for further stores. Tesco describe their new retail design as a “brand new shopping and leisure destination”.

a welcoming message at the entrance to Tesco Extra in Watford

The store is the first of its kind in the UK and features stand-alone branded areas offering a range of facilities and features, including a Giraffe restaurant, Harris and Hoole coffee shop and a Euphorium bakery.

the new entrance to Tesco Extra in Watford

The brand new retail interior also features a new deli area is called City Kitchen, a bakery area called The Bakery Project, a new F&F clothing department, and a newly re-designed beauty department.

fresh produce on display Tesco Extra in Watford

Tesco chief executive Philip Clarke has revamped the store as part of the company’s new directive to create a friendly mall-like experience within its larger stores – making them more than just a place for grocery shopping – Clarke’s vision sees the new stores being re-designed to become destinations for both shopping and leisure offering activities such as yoga and cookery classes alongside the newly revamped retail departments.

Harris and Hoole within Tesco Extra

inside the newly revamped Tesco Extra

homeware display at Tesco Extra

the bakery at Tesco Extra in Watford

Tesco Extra in Watford


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