Fall felt banner from ARMOMMY
The seasons are changing. There’s a cool breeze in the air and Fall merchandise is rolling in. Decorate your store window displays to set the mood for Autumn arrivals and entice your customers to check out all your seasonally-appropriate merchandise. Here is a collection of window displays to help you get inspired:
You can bring nature inside by using leaves, tree branches, logs, pumpkins, or hay bales. Here’s a great DIY tip on preserving leaves with wax. Go for the rustic look by adding some burlap banners, twine, or upcycled junk pieces. If you prefer a more modern look, you can paint bold colors on the logs or go minimal with the amount of natural elements you use.
Warm Fall Hues
Autumn 2011 window display from Anthropologie
The warm colors of Fall are inviting and serve as a great neutral palette to match almost any merchandise. If you don’t want to be so literal with your Fall theme, you can creatively design any type of display with the colors of the changing leaves. Here is a great transition window from Summer to Fall. We love how the light passes through these embroidery hoops filled with tissue paper.
Back to School
Back-to-school and shopping go together like peanut butter and jelly. Celebrate the tradition by creating a school-themed display. Draw on a chalkboard and use props like desks, books, maps, and pencils. Highlight this season’s essentials or support your local school by featuring their colors. This display allows for easy updates by simply changing the design on your chalkboard.
Anthropologie windows featured on Apartment Therapy
We love this advanced art installation made from old books. It plays off the school theme and neutral Fall colors in a very creative way. To make your own, head to your local thrift shop and stock up on books. Be sure to plan this one in advance because it will take some time to fold each page and glue the spine to the rope. But the outcome is stunning and can be re-used in the future!
Do you have any tips for designing a Fall Window Display? Want to share your window masterpiece? Share with us in the comments!