Ruby Blue Store by DxDempsey Architecture, Las Vegas.

Ruby Blue is the latest concept store designed by DxDempsey Architecture of Scranton, PA, for the Las Vegas-based Marshall Retail Group (MRG).

The store is located at the Mandalay Bay Hotel in Las Vegas.  MRG owns and operates more than 100 branded shops in casino-resorts across the United States and has partnerships with MGM Resorts International, Caesars Entertainment, Sands Corp, Boyd Gaming and others.

Ruby Blue Store by DxDempsey Architecture Las Vegas

Ruby Blue evokes the feel of a dressing room from Hollywood’s Golden Era, inviting shoppers to explore its seductive setting and indulge in the finer things. Inside, recessed display alcoves draped with shimmering red abstract curtains pull back to reveal merchandise.

Ruby Blue Store by DxDempsey Architecture Las Vegas

The boutique offers a vintage flair with a contemporary interpretation highlighted by signature elements such as the dazzling red walls and plush royal blue diamond-tufted insets.

These bold hues are accentuated with warm burl-wood almond tones and accessorized with shiny chrome accents. This bejeweled boudoir brings imagination to reality. Crystal chandeliers with red silk fabric trim add softness to the ambiance, while delicate fixtures designed to look like dressing cabinets and jewelry boxes create striking scenes starring jewels and accessories.

Ruby Blue Store by DxDempsey Architecture Las Vegas

Ruby Blue plays on the many reasons women buy accessories and lingerie, whether it is to seduce others or simply underscore their own beauty.

DxDempsey Architecture

DxDempsey Architecture was founded in Scranton, Pennsylvania in 2003 with a commitment to providing thoughtful, sustainable architecture.
We transform visions into inspired realities with a fresh, vibrant and innovative approach to design.  Our diverse array of work is executed with passion and rigorous attention to detail in a collaborative environment that respects the creative potential and practical constraints of every project.