Lots of green, many flowers and floral designs – that’s the look of window displays in London’s shopping districts. They run the gamut from lavish to very simple details. Get inspired!
A real rain of flowers at Penhaligon's. It almost seems like an underwater world.
Using nature scenery featuring snowdrops, moss, rocks and “cascading” white flowers, Molton Brown creates a stylish and refreshing look, complemented by an emotionally appealing, romantic image of a mother and her children at the seaside.
The daffodils in the window display at Beanie Boos adds another splash of color.
Isn’t she a little creepy yet sweet at the same time, this girl with the big dark eyes? Reminds you of Alice in Wonderland. This style is simply perfect for Laduree in Covent Garden.
"Enchanted Forest" – the name of the campaign seen on the screen, describes the magical merchandise at Ryman. You still get a sense of spring here but in a more abstract manner.
At Roja Parfumes real flowers mean more work for the empolyers, but they are also very appealing.
Among the dark green windows and doors that are so characteristic of London, the rose border created by The Body Shop catches your eye; it’s perhaps a tad too obvious but still very striking.
If you want things to grow, you need to water them. A clever idea by The Cambridge Satchel Company ... that is actually created by water drops directly pasted onto the display window and a suspended watering can.
One favorite among all of the window displays: even though the merchandise at Hermès clearly takes a backseat to the badger sett and foxhole, the multilayer construction and the loving details truly deserve praise! Even the bracelets love their vegetables ... ... and ties explore the ground.
Well, … it’s sweet. At least the chocolate is. Easter at Godiva.
At Whittard, the product design in the window displays harmonizes beautifully with the simple yet attractive floral cut paper silhouettes. The wooden boxes as a presentation tool to create elevation feature the trendy vintage look and emphasize the natural touch.
Author: Natascha Mörs; EuroShop First published at iXtenso.com