A few of my favorite displays of late…
This concept is not exactly new, but it works so well as a children’s store! This image is from Piccino Kids Wear in Valencia, Spain. Retail Details will be in Madrid in January, but might plan a day-trip to Valencia just to see the rest of this store.
On our New England trip last month, we found a lovely small town with a great street full of independent boutiques. One of them was Toney Toni in Katonah, NY. This upscale apparel store has the most awesome fixtures. Custom made of copper pipes, they have wall fixtures with shelves and hooks and…
…even a copper pipe dress form. My pictures do not do it justice. The fixtures really make the store displays unique!
Even the jewelry displays continue the copper pipe theme.
Earlier in that trip, we found another small town with numerous indie stores to visit. One of our favorites was Peace Love and Chocolate in Stockbridge, MA. By far the friendliest (and tastiest) store we found, they have much more than sweets.
They have an entire wall of display shelves with specialty gifts, teas and tea accessories. The bow-front shelves made a lovely wall.
The attention to detail made the displays look almost styled as though they were prepared for a catalog shoot, yet approachable. Well done! The dark chocolate, caramels and petit fors we purchased were quite a treat, as well.
Another example of superb attention to detail in display is from Another Season in De Motte, IN. A basic shelf display unit features fall home decor merchandise. Note the effective placement of merchandise and props.
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