Wednesday, February 06, 2019

Dry food styling for a Summer Valentines' kitchenware window display.

 Dry food styling for a Summer Valentines' kitchenware window display.

Client: London and American Supply Stores 

Chinese Luna New Year 2019, kitchenware window display

Appropriately festive gift bags* and boxes* were sourced, along with Chinese luck knots, and mini paper lanterns* altered to suit. This was the first ever Chinese New Year window for the client, so care was taken to research what cuisine to feature - dumplings and pork/pigs because it's year of the pig. The target market was particularly receptive to this display.

*actually Christmas but perfect colour palette!

Client: London and American Supply Stores

Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Winter Warmers Kitchenware Window Displays

 Mulled wine equipment with props and some dry ingredients.

 Paella with props and real mussel shells.

Client: London and American Supply Stores 

Wednesday, May 02, 2018

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Last Hooray for Summer: kitchenware window display

This last hooray for Summer window is a bolder, warmer version of  the colour palette in the adjacent Easter window.

Use of astroturf links it in with the adjacent window.

Easter Kitchenware Window Displays

Two adjacent panels complement each other through use of colour schemes whilst using slightly different props, linked though topiary and astro turf.

 Conventional use of astro turf on floor of display.

Detail of complementary groupings. There is less of an Easter focus on the right, serving to highlight non-seasonal products.

The client sold out of some of these new sparkly bottles so others had to be swapped in their place.

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Subtly Australian: Australia Day Kitchenware Window Display

 Pastel blue, card bunting flags are pinned in place like bunting 
and used a graphic device throughout the display. 

Australian made, owned  or themed products are highlighted 
with support from stock in the colours of our flag.

 The colour scheme is subtly patriotic but also Summery through the use of props to evoke the beach.