Live-Eclectic, Artilleriet creates atmospheres to be captivated in. They provide a dynamic and diverse collection of home furnishings, furniture, and accessories. The range consists of an exclusive blend of classic vintage and contemporary products. Some of the brands presented at Artilleriet: Comme des Garçons, Hay, Aesop, Astier de Villatte, John Derian NY, No Early Birds, Maison Martin Margiela, Society Limonta, Gubi, Tom Dixon, Lampe Gras, Alexander Wang, Mad et Len, Fermob, Gervasoni.
Mon – Fri: 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Sat: 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Sun: 12 p.m. – 4 p.m.
Here are a couple of great upcycling ideas for fashion fixtures from Ness in Glasgow.
Lots of great display ideas for Jewlery care of lots of pincers on Pinterest.
After popping into Williams Sonoma I went next door to see how sister company Pottery Barn was looking and I wasn’t disappointed. The store was looking great lots of visual displays and great products.
The Herman Miller Pop Up Shop opens today in New York City’s Soho neighborhood. The 6,000 square foot space will exhibit the recently announced Herman Miller Collection which aims to serve both consumer and commercial furniture needs. PSFK got an advance tour of the shop which is designed to encourage browsing and discovery. There is a nicely balanced mix of the familiar and the new. Eagle-eyed visitors will likely spot a few prototypes of forthcoming pieces Herman Miller will produce scattered around the shop.
Here’s a prototype sofa (which doesn’t even have a name yet) which will soon see production.
Divider walls within the space contain designer bio’s and shelving which displays material samples, accessories and small sculptures.
Herman Miller collaborated with a local gallery to select and display art within the space that complimented the furniture. The artwork is also available for purchase.
Beyond the furniture, which will be available to order at the shop, there is also a curated design accessories area stocked with Alexander Girard pillows, clocks, books and more.
We spoke with Ben Watson, Executive Creative Director with Herman Miller who talked about what visitors can expect to experience:
Herman Miller Pop Up Shop
New York City
May 9 – July 1, 2012
68 Wooster Street, Soho
New York, NY 10012
Great blog from Creative Fuel about US Home store Crate and Barrel.
Click the link below to read the full blog.
Crate and Barrel is the one store that makes me wish I could remove everything in my house and start over. (Except for my family, of course.) They are known for great merchandise displays, always presented as a story. Even ordinary goods, like white plates, can be assembled and coordinated in an eye-catching manner.These photos are from the Madison Avenue store in New York. They were shot in January, I’m sure the spring displays are even more appealing.
I had a walk down Marylebone High Street last week and I have to say the place is brimming with great windows and some fabulous new stores. So all this week my posts are going to be showing you some of my favourites.
We start with The Conran Shop, which never disappoints. Their windows showcase a number of room settings framed within a simple black frames; Allowing the product to shine.
Vintage books have been used throughout the store in various ways to visually enhance products.
I love this company they are so inventive, creating simple, clever visual displays yet never overpowering the products.