100+ Christmas Window Display Ideas - Part #2
100+ Christmas Window Display Ideas & Designs [Part #2]
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#64. Ludwig Beck, in 2014 created an awesome set of displays for Christmas and they’re so distinct from everything else we’ve seen. They all have a royal purple backdrop and golden elements. This one in particular makes it look like a well-dressed alien is taking a space ship back home filled with presents for his family.
#63. Ralph Lauren had a really cute idea to show the kids and their parents. This all white window with beautiful ornate snowflakes in the background and powdered snow on the floor is dazzling and invites you to spend some quality time shopping with or for your children.
#62. When you think about Christmas colors the first ones that come to your mind are white, green and red. This Belle and Bunty display is magnificent because of its simplicity and color scheme. The symmetry of the bells, presents made from newspaper covered boxes topped off with red bows and the two red Christmas trees create circle effect and simply push the red dress into the eyes of the viewers.
#61. Who would have thought to revamp the idea of your traditional Christmas tree into a shoe tree? This window display from Palladium is suggestive and it showcases so many products that you just don’t know what to pick. Genius!
#60. Another window another ingenious tree idea. The West Van Library wanted to make their clients day by wishing them “Season’s readings” and show them that it is possible to make evergreen trees with the most unusual elements.
#59. The White Rose bridal boutique had this idea to create an obscure-ish window display, but angelic at the same time. The dress is centered and fairly bright due to the lighting and the black background.
#58. Ahlens, a department store in Stockholm, Sweden, had this fantastic idea for their window displays. It is as simple as they come and that brilliant red they used for the decor helps reel customers in to do their Christmas shopping. It is also important to notice that the products are not in the front of the display, like they are saying “Merry Christmas!” first.
#57. Here we have a rustic display from Lord and Taylor that makes us want to rent a cabin in the forest and have a quiet and white Christmas. Besides this, some ice skates would be wonderful and some new towels…
#56. When you have a chic bakery you have to have some inspiration to create a fantastic window. This Peggy Porschen display is super sweet, literally. This gingerbread palace, houses and ornaments make you feel warm inside and you can just taste that mouthwatering piece.
#55. Believe it or not but this window comes from a Parisian pastry store, Jouvard, in 2011. This might be a small European-style equivalent to Santa bringing presents to kids in a very stylish way, on a motor bike.
#54. Millington Associates never cease to amaze passers-by with their window displays. So their work for Asprey is no exception. This window is simple and straight to the point, focusing on the product and emphasizing it even through the choice of colors.
#53. An impressive window from Dior showcasing their amazing bags in a very unique way. It helps us get into the holiday spirit due to the color pallet used and the idea that those products are floating on snow clouds.
#52. Another ingenious Christmas tree this time from Levi’s and of course it’s made from blue jeans. It’s nice to see how creative people get around the winter holidays and how they manage to emphasize their products and also convince passersby to come in and buy gifts for their loved ones or themselves.
#51. Still in the trees chapter, we have these beautiful gold, silver and white lace trees, surrounded by fake snow. Unfortunately we don’t know the name of the store or who designed this window, but we love it!
#50. More treetivity, to say so, from the Brooks Brothers store. This display tree made entirely from neck ties surrounded by cute gift boxes and small toys is the absolute best. Photo credits: Rudy Pospisil.
#49. A super stylish and creative display from Fendi which amuses and enchants us at the same time, making that mannequin look like it’s been reborn from the heart of that tree ornament. It also gives us the impression of an egg, because it’s lined with white feathers.
#48. In 2011, Macy’s had a fantastic idea for a window display, namely a steampunk construction for making customer wishes come true. The details of this particular display are amazing and do a terrific job in catching the attention of regular and possible shoppers.
#47. The Emily Thompson Flower shop created a rustic and warm window display filled with dry trees and logs that go into the fireplace, it just goes to show that natural elements can make an incredible window display. Makes us want to grab a cup of hot cocoa and just sit in front of a fire for hours.
#46. This window from C Wonder is so precious, with the little presents, decorative pillows, bags, picture frames, necklaces and other products that create a powerful display. It is very colorful and it’s so fun to see those little gnomes dangling from the presents.
#45. A whimsical window from Barney’s using the freedom theme and portraying the lovely ice queen in her solitary cave. It is an intricate yet simplistic display that plays with our imagination.
#44. In 2012 at Saks Fifth Avenue you could get lost in this dim light display window. An amazing idea, inexpensive décor and just some talent made this display absolutely dazzling. It also sends the impression that this little mannequin girl is learning something new from nature.
#43. Yet another idea for the extraordinary Christmas tree, this time from Tommy Hilfiger. Who would have thought to do this? An entire tree designed from skis to leave customers and passers-by in awe.
#42. A fantastic perspective window display from The Bay. While the photo might not show it, the products are actually hidden in plain sight. The atmosphere is Christmassy with warm lantern lights, frozen forest and warm clothes.
#41. A Christmas totem made from animals as a window display, only from Anthropologie. Besides the fact that these animals are perfectly balanced on each other, they are also painted with beautiful motifs.
#40. This is a super cute window that seems really easy to make. Snowy mountaintops, cut log cake and a few products that could keep us warm in this cold season give us lots of ideas of what to do this holiday.
#39. Back to Anthropologie, we have yet another gorgeous display that is fantastically layered. In the foreground we have small paper houses, trees and stars, the product perfectly placed in the middle and in the background sheets of paper in various shades of blue with different shapes.
#38. H&M created this cool display with oversized objects. It seems like they are trying to tell shoppers that they have created the perfect outfits for this winter holiday. No matter what they’re message is, it is clear that they did a great job with this one.
#37. Those little British guard puppets trying to protect Christmas presents are a part of a Burberry window display. The little men also resemble nutcrackers which helps us sink a bit more into the holiday spirit.
#36. Louis Vuitton stores always have amazing displays and of course this one fits the profile. It’s such an eye candy, giving us the feeling like we are watching a fantastic circus show. While the main idea might be oriented towards the end of the year, it is still really nice to see how spectacular it is.
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