That Particular Store Display

“Behold, you delight in truth in the inward being, and you teach me wisdom in the secret heart”
‭‭Psalms‬ ‭51:6‬ ‭

We all have stores that call our names when we get near them…no agenda necessary, and not to purchase anything, but just to browse around to see what’s new! Anthropologie always gets a visit from me when I see one…whether it be a day shopping trip to Birmingham or vacationing across the country!  While we were in Sandestin at the end of May, I walked into a new Anthropologie and immediately I was drawn to one of their beautiful displays….I took a few photos and went on about my shopping.  Well, a few weeks later when I was in Seattle, I of course scoped out an Anthropologie, and guess what I found?  A similar display like the one I had seen in Sandestin!  They each had a unique spin and I absolutely love them both!  That particular store display was following me!

I have always loved window and store displays…even as a child!  Butch and I have even made a few trips to New York City during the Christmas season for the purpose of seeing the window displays…they are packed with creativity and inspiration!

If you enjoy a DIY project, then this is a great one!  This would be beautiful for a wedding, bridal or baby shower, parties, or a little girl’s or a teen’s bedroom!

Upon entering the store in Sandestin, I was immediately intrigued by what was hanging over the bed! As I was talking with a sales associate, she said the employees had made it!

While in Seattle, I spent a couple of hours shopping in Anthropologie’s second largest store.  On the top level in their Bridal Department, there it was again!

A rustic wedding table was set…

…under this amazing DIY hanging flowers!


I love the wood slices used as chargers and an orchid sitting on the napkin!

The sales associate told me they made the cake displays, also


Touches of gold add sparkle and elegance to the rustic setting!

Have you figured out what was used to make this stunning display?  Look close and you will see cupcake liners and the tops of balloons that have been cut.  It would definitely take time, but worth it for the “wow” factor!

I hope you enjoyed taking a couple of shopping trips with me!  What about you?  Have you ever seen a store window or display that sparked a project for you?

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  1. Kim says:

    Wow. Those are beautiful displays! I can’t imagine how long that must have taken to make. I wonder how the strands are attached at the top. When I worked in retail in college, we had one woman who made displays. It was a full-time job, and I always envied her. It looked like such fun!

  2. Pam, I also love and seek out Anthropologie’s store displays. That is drop-dead gorgeous! I saw a similar one to it, though with a different item, in Naples FL around the same time in May. I don’t have access to it right now, but will followup in a few days and send you a picture of it. Their visual display people are amazing! Thanks for sharing that.

  3. lulu says:

    I can’t tell you how many photos I’v taken in Anthropologie. Without question the staging there is the most creative of any retail store.

  4. My goodness- that is amazing! I’ve never been in an Anthropologie store- our area is too small for some of the chains. I’ll definitely check one out if I run across one. I enjoy store displays too especially during the holidays.

  5. Carol Cook says:

    Anthropologie stores are expected to have the same displays of course depending on the layout of the shop they may differ some. A friend graduated from Savannah College of Art and Design and was so excited to be hired at Anthropologie to do the store decor. Then she found out she was just expected to copy the design she was given.

    But, I do love to enter Anthro and walk around the beautiful store.

  6. Lori says:

    Oh! I want to go to this store! Just like you said, there are stores we just have to visit even if it is just to browse and take in the displays. This one looks like it should be on my list but since I don’t live anywhere near one, I thank you so much for sharing! Loved it!

  7. Hi Pam, What creativity! Love the purple flowers but don’t think I have the patience to make them! Interesting that you found the same flowers in both stores! Thanks for sharing. Blessings, Janet

  8. Jann Olson says:

    Oh wow, that floral creation is breathtaking! I would be in trouble in there. I have never visited an Anthropologie, but it’s on my bucket list. 🙂 Thanks for sharing with SYC.

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