Well, this crazy week is finally winding down for me. I am sitting on my couch looking around at this mess and wondering how a home can get so dirty after just a week of neglect? I also have to wade through a load of e-mails, so if you're waiting to hear from me, please be patient.
Anyway, I thought after yesterday's post (that had a very "Anthro- esque" feel) that I would continue the theme and take a look at Anthropologie's new fall windows! :)
Generally, Anthro's displays are a little more abstract and less literal. But this time around, many stores used actual materials found in nature to give the windows an earthy and organic feeling. Enjoy the inspiration! :)
This window (above and below) is located in Palm Beach Gardens, FL! I absolutely love the idea of weaving branches together. We don't have a lot of birch trees around Tulsa, so I'm wondering how I could get my hands on some? I think this installation would be an amazing temporary wall in a home or backdrop for a wedding! :)
This window was created by the display coordinator in Austin, TX! It appears that he/she painted real leaves to give the window a vibrant, almost neon coloring. For some reason I always like the installations where the materials are grouped really close together and then begin to disperse and taper off. I love that this display is both graphic and organic at the same time.
This window, found in Indianapolis, IN, combines both real leaves and recreated paper ones. I love the perfectly lined leaves on the window that give the installation some really cool depth. And I always like when a display has a cool color palette and then a touch of warmth thrown in. The orangey-red dress, bird, and leaf grouping add a great pop!
Have you ever seen those cool 3-D topography maps? This window is like a blown up version of one of those! Super cool, right? I love, love all the layers and the composition of the display. This beauty is found in Pittsburg, PA.
This window makes me think of the movie, "The Matrix." It feels very sci-fi. Once again love the cluster of material that gradually starts to disperse! This look comes from the Anthro store in Tigard, OR.
A big thank you to all the Anthro Display Coordinators that inspire us all! If any of you read this blog, please let me know, I'd love to give you personal credit for your amazing designs!
Have a great weekend friends!!!