While walking past Nautica recently, we came across the retail store’s displays and windows featuring a fresh approach to the holidays and to the store’s signature nautical theme. Incorporating presents and full mannequin looks along with several maritime-influenced props, these … Continue reading
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We saw these wonderful yellow and blue umbrellas at Tiffany’s the other day. They offer a great sense of whimsy and mystery to the jewelry, while being nautical and warm with the beach feel around it. Nicely done.
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We have noticed a recent nautical trend with paddles. Our last post on Converse started the trend with their paddle display at Selfridges. Since then we have seen these great distressed paddle shoe fixtures as Sperry. We have also seen … Continue reading
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We have noticed a trend at retailers like Prada with the use of large pieces of nature and organic shapes. Trees, rocks, and seashells are all seen here as large elements in windows. These props are great uses for risers, … Continue reading
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Following their own motto, and “doing something creative” The Paper Source has created a fun and unique summer window display continuing the nautical and chevron themes we have been seeing all year.
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Summer is here and first thing that comes to mind is: water, fruit, ice cream, & fun in the sun. Here are some window displays and packaging that have inspired our mood board. For more summer photos visit: retailstorewindows.com, inewidea.com, … Continue reading
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We love this Nautical gift wrap featured on PS Blog, The shades of blue and aqua with the contrasting pops of orange and the details right down to the ribbon!
On recent travels we spotted a couple innovative uses for everyday materials. The first photo is an anchor made of corrugated paper mounted and spray painted. The second is die-cut felt birds. Both are very simple ideas with strong visual … Continue reading
Rope is turning up all over – seen here at 3 different retailers recently in NYC. Levi’s on 59th St used rope to make curtains with hooks dangling in asymmetrical patterns. They were also shown in literal form hung like … Continue reading
How’s this for a little whimsy? These anchors seen in Saks Fifth Avenue’s main windows on 5th, are large scale ‘pillows’. Grouped in with the mannequins wearing the latest spring dresses, these personified props made me want to head for … Continue reading