Anthropologie for the Holidays




Check out these Anthropologie Windows. After seeing them I want to make lots and lots of paper chains, and find one of those sleds.... drool... I also like how they are displaying their holiday decor on their website -- fun colors.


(store images by Platinum Blonde Life)

12 comments:

thevintagechair said...

holy crap. can you imagine how long it took to make all those crazy paper chains? I made a countdown paper chain when my husband was coming home from Iraq, and it took FOREVER! But oh the satisfaction of tearing off a little piece of paper and getting one day closer to having him home. I wrote a little note on each one, saved it in a jar, then gave them to him when he finally got home. He loved it!

Design Lovely said...

Gorgeous! I really miss walking by Anthropologie when I lived in Portland just to see the window displays. They are so darn creative.

Chloe said...

I HEART Anthropologie so very much. I just made paper snowflakes tonight but after seeing those chains I may have to add those as well!

KATLIN said...

I'm not one for busy store windows, but I'm feeling this!!

Michelle Parks McCourt said...

Anthro has some amazing display windows. I love the paper chains too.

sylvesterandmama said...

NO kidding - like those paper chains... always made them as a kid... maybe I should start again! Think they would be great in newspaper paper.

Dottie said...

wouldn't you love to just move in there?

debo said...

Oh, Anthro. They always have such great windows, regardless of the season...one of the many reasons I'm always attracted to that store

Joanna Goddard said...

beautiful.

jennifer mao said...

anthropologie installations are always fantastic.
they had a great display a few months ago with books and i tried my hardest to find out who was the brains behind the concept; do you happen to have insider info about who their designers are, or if they divulge who it is at all?

made sweet said...

i'm so crazy about Anthropolgie. Their displays are always great, do you remember those incredible book ones that they did?? that was sweet.

P and L said...

Jennifer -

Each store has its own visual team, and though they receive "inspirations" from the corporate office, each store does its own interpretation. So, the designers (or at least the interpreters) are all in house. My husband is a manager at the 5th Ave store, so...

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