Its great to see our local high street stores pulling out the stops for Christmas.
There was definitely a trend for hand painted window art this Christmas in East Dulwich.
I really liked that fact that so many stores had their windows hand painted it was a great theme for the high street and very cost effective. And even those stores not celebrating still did a painted scheme.
Once again Christmas is nearly upon us and lots of you will be starting to plan your window schemes.
We have created a photographic presentation of great ideas to give you inspiration.
Click on the link below to see it.
Any retailers who would like to create or sell some truly stunning and interesting visual features in their stores, should take a look at the work of Fabien Barral.
Fabien has created a sears of beautiful wall stickers that will help you create amazing features in your stores and they are available for you to sel to your customers.
Here are a few examples of his work if you like what you see then take a look at this website by clicking the link at the end of this blog.
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Lynda our MD has pulled together a great presentation of ideas for independent stores that are thinking about creating a Diamond Jubilee window or want to decorate the interior of their stores.
So get your patriotic creative juices flowing.
Click the link below to download the presentation.
Todays Marylebone High St store is Diptyque. Why? Because I love the simple yet powerful use of the yellow transparent film on the glass; which gives them a really strong stand out and attraction factor. Yet on closer inspection it’s not simple at all as they have layered in a LED outline of a perfume bottle and hands holding a real bottle. I like the way the use of this grabs your attention and focuses your eye on the tiny product. Very clever.
Stripes of all shapes and sizes continue to be used in windows everywhere.
Decal stripes have been used on these windows with wording to advertise this printers business.
Here are a couple of neat ideas I saw in a store in Prague city centre.
The first is using pebbles as pricing tickets, sounds odd but it worked and looked good.
The second idea is creating a high level collage display with products and using decal outlines to fill in the gaps between the different real products. Simple and neat and very effective.