Spring store displays – visual merchandising with flowers

Thanks to all the shops who sent in pictures of your spring displays. I’m saving the “bunny” ones for closer to Easter and will continue to share spring pictures on the Retail Details Facebook Page.  The blog will return to the normal format with more commentary soon. Until then, I’ll let the floral pictures speak for themselves. Enjoy. House Special Interiors, Retail Details blog, Visual merchandisingDid you know that an atichoke is a flower? I didn’t. This display is from The House Special Interiors in Fayetteville, AR.

Anastazia Geneva, Retail Details blog, Visual merchandisingThis window display at Anastazia Geneva, in Geneva, IL,  is a good example of how flowers can be used in a two-sided display.

RICE, Retail Details blog, Visual merchandisingThis picture is courtesy of RICE, a Danish Company and the picture is taken at Viddals Gartneri og Hagesenter in Ålesund, Norway.

Carr Gardens, Retail Details blog, store display ideas

Spring display at Carr Gardens, Blue Island, IL.

The Miller House, Retail Details blog, store display ideasWheelbarrow display at The Miller House in Stephens City, VA.

Twisted Sisters, Retail Details blog, store display ideasAnother two-sided window display. This one is from Twisted Sisters in Butte, Montana.

St John's Aux Gift Shop, Retail Details blog, Visual merchandising, store display ideasSt. John’s Auxiliary Gift Shop, located in the St. John’s Hospital in Springfield, MO.

Casa Papel created this window for the recent Philadelphia Flower Show.

Add heighth to a display with flowers, like this display at Two Friends in Perry, GA.

Gatewood Hall, Retail Details blog, store display ideas, visual merchandisingSpring tablescape at Gatewood Hall Gracious Home in Blue Ridge, GA.

Classics and Country, Retail Details blogClassics and Country Home Decor in Alexandria, VA.

Wm King Clothiers, Retail Details blog, store display ideas, visual merchandisingFlower fun! Wm. King Clothiers in Bristol, TN

Philadelphia Flower Show March 2011Philadelphia Flower Show, March 2011

Flower dress courtesy of Alexander McQueen.

Happy Spring.

Stay display inspired!

Retail Details blog, Becky Tyre, Swirl Marketing~Becky

About the Retail Details blog: The Retail Details is a blog about visual merchandising and features store displays, tips and ideas from around the world. The blog is written by Becky Tyre. Becky is a visual merchandising consultant and a prop shopper for The Display Lab. Becky also writes for print publications and you can read recent articles by her in Gift Shop Magazine and InStore Magazine, a publication of the Dallas Market Center. In her travels, Becky visits many shops and showrooms. If you would like to submit pictures for blog consideration or suggest that she visit your shop, you can email her at SwirlMarketing@comcast.net 

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12 Responses to “Spring store displays – visual merchandising with flowers”

  1. Geraldine says:

    This is your prettiest blog ever! Did your daughter get married yet?
    *G*

  2. Katie says:

    I’m adding flowers to my displays today at My Sisters Closet. What a difference it makes.

  3. Becky – I love this!
    All of the flowers get me excited for spring. I’m really loving what Twisted Sister created for their display window. It’s fresh, eye-catching and hip. And that Alexander McQueen dress? Delightful.

    Keep rockin it!
    Heather :)

  4. Christine says:

    I notice you show some real and some artificial flowers in the displays. i like that.

  5. Becky, I love the spring store displays. They are all so creative and eye catching.
    Smiles, Paula

  6. Kaitlynn says:

    FABULOUS blog!

  7. Cleo says:

    Did someone tell me you are coming to Chicago? Are you visiting stores outside the city?

    • Hi Cleo,
      I am planning to be there during the Chicago Gift show and will likely visit stores in the metro area during the show and a few days after. Email your contact info and link to your shop.
      Stay display inspired!
      ~Becky

  8. Love your blog. Thanks for the tweet that allowed me to find you. I’m running over to my blog right now to add you as a great resource for my visitors. (-:
    Best,
    Carolyn Howard-Johnson
    Blogging retailers’ resources at http://www.frugalretailing.blogspot.com

    • Thanks Carolyn for your kind words. Nice to tweet with you and hope to meet you in our travels one of these days. I’m sure the Retail Details blog readers will enjoy following your blog, as well.
      ~Becky Tyre

  9. Hi, I like most the last three (3) ideas. Well arranged flowers are indeed good attention grabber especially when you are targeting women. :-D

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