Monthly Archives: December 2009
It’s been a busy season so I decided to put up a last round of festive photos to show you what else you may have seen (or missed). More glitter and sparkle at A/X – sometimes appearing silver, sometimes like … Continue reading
Holiday 2009 was an exciting season at retail and kudos to the hard working teams of visual merchandisers who helped bring some fun back into store display! We noticed a few themes emerging during the season: 1. winter white – … Continue reading
These days visual merchandisers are being asked to do ‘more with less’. While this is not a trend we like to see (knowing the importance of valuing visual merchandising), we know it is a sign of the times. So it’s … Continue reading
Tis’ the season for bad puns…sorry. But I do love these festive windows with their bright, pop colored boxes and happy tartan ribbons at Eddie Bauer. Paired with natural looking trees and strings of light – bring it on!We believe … Continue reading
Remember when you were a kid and you would fold white paper into squares and cut it and make paper snowflakes? Well the windows here are a little more intricate -and inspiring! These whimsical paper miniature “worlds” are a delight … Continue reading
A truly lovely holiday “gift” display seen here at Victoria’s Secret Michigan Avenue flagship store. The entire store is tied up in pink bows and ribbons of every variety – from the peekaboo windows with the ribbon curtains, stacked gifts … Continue reading
Seen here – two examples of natural elements; trees & twine ballscombined with festive touches; strings of lights, wrapped boxes and light globes. Clean and simple ideas but effective and the oversize strands of lights add a nice dimension.