Category Archives: re-use
Anthropologie used several types of alternative materials to make an enchanting under water themed window. From bottle caps to corrugated cardboard to newspaper. Each detail in this window is thought of carefully and makes an impressive presentation. Get your swimming … Continue reading
Interesting post on The Dieline about the on going trend towards cardboard and kraft in packaging. We love the simple use of kraft in its raw form especially when decorative or re-usable elements are added to make the wrapping a … Continue reading
Club Monaco found a new way to display plates used in their windows late last year. Several different vintage styles were hung on their back wall display and made for a strong presentation. This time around they flipped them and … 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
Walking along 57th Street in NY, these windows really caught my attention. Silver squares, the Burberry symbol (a variation on their plaid), filled the windows and the reflective nature was incredibly eye catching. Remember last Spring when they did a … 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.