A leader in women’s fashion retailing, Anthropology continues to be a trending force. They helped to create and put the vintage look on the map, and their clothing and home fashions are always fun and a bit surprising. Vintage continues to be a hot trend despite that I thought it would not hold. I especially love the creativity driving their visual merchandising and presentations. Their display design is the inspiration for this post. A hand drawn look on the colorful wall… as if a work in progress… Rustic rigging and netting across the back wall create almost a nautical feel!
This looks almost like paper mâché and is installed as a flowing botanical vine “growing” to the ceiling. A beautiful complement to the merchandise.
A “tree branch” style farm table, grid wall for pot holders, tiered table, and vintage wall cabinet make a nice backdrop for kitchen wares and books. Notice the porcelain egg crates. I use them for earrings!
Vintage posters are an instant recall to times gone by… and a great foil for rain wear!
Furniture finds are another offering that makes shopping at Anthropology so much fun. Great place to get decorating ideas too. The rustic wall backdrop offers a fun contrast of old and new.
Anthropology, Stoney Point- Richmond, VA. Photos taken in March, 2012.
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