Category Archives: multiples
Here’s a pretty spring display highlighting the approaching Bridal season. Thousands of white butterflies made a serenely simple but eye catching display which was used in all windows so it had a continuous sculptural quality.
Here’s one of those “ah ha!” moments in window design. This month, Club Monaco landed on a striking yet appropriate back drop to this season pale pallet. The Kraft paper ‘curls’ work to add texture and warmth to the cool, … Continue reading
ah, the written word or music for that matter can be so visually poetic. Here’s a page from a recent Bergdorf install that used printed scores and wrapped books to create an enchanting “notice me” window. and all to the … Continue reading
Beautiful blossoms bloom bountiful breathing beams of beginnings.
To highlight their theme of renewal, this Texas based lighting and fan company redid its showroom in a bounty of butterflies. This blue winged menagerie lends an air of elegance to the entrance and throughout the rooms and helps tie … Continue reading
This trend just won’t quit! Seen over the past year – visual merchandisers using frames to enhance their visual message and add a 3D element to thier product display. We get the picture.
Do you love it or hate it? We see this one often – a wooden pole used to promote one item; in this case shorts and polo shirts. Visual merchandisers seem to like this simple idea – hanging a pole … Continue reading
Here’s a simple one with this summer’s HOT/ Hot color (hot pink) Seen at Tom Ford in Milan, this window was direct and effective. A wall of pink, glass vials were artfully hung behind a small grouping of shoes with … Continue reading
The 5th Annual Housing Works “Design on a Dime” event began last night. This is a great fundraiser for a terrific organization committed to ending the twin crisis of AIDS and homlessness. This event asks designers to create rooms on … Continue reading