Category Archives: color blocking
We love how Kiehl’s was able to create depth to their open-window display in Saks Fifth Avenue by playing with different layers of colors and sizes of boxes. The color pairings with the cloth bags and marketing bring a fresh … Continue reading
Color blocking is a simple easy way to create an window with impact and we see it used all the time. Seen here we have Kenneth Cole using paint. J.Crew separated each window by warms and cools and used hanging … Continue reading
We love the Pantone Color of the Year, Tangerine Tango and so does Sephora! Check out their pop up store video. Great design and all about the Tangerine!
This post on The Dieline is about creating packaging with more impact by narrowing down your color story. By using one or two colors packaging can make a bold statement.
Neon’s and brights continue to be a trend this season. Esprit painted multiple trophies and played with color blocking for a bold window statement. We love how they added variance within each color family by painting their props in complementary … Continue reading
Kate Spade’s year of color is slowly coming to a close. We have loved what they’ve done not only with color but with props this past year. For November the windows took on a definite holiday twist with props and … Continue reading
We are loving Kate Spade’s year of color for it’s cohesive message carried from product through store display and beyond. July marked their black and white month and the stores really shown in high drama. From the sculpted wigs to … Continue reading