The Harvest Table concept was designed as an extension of the Front-Of-Store leaves display. A canvas runner was dyed with the same treatment as the FOS leaves, and the gold leaves from the previous fall season were reused to create depth within our display cabinets.
The stumps were taped off and sprayed with gold spray paint for an elevated look.
(RIP to the colony of carpenter ants that were flushed out of these stumps for this display.)
The large-scale oak leaves were cut from ply, accentuated with a canvas layer, and painted with dye. The edges were drilled and faux-stitched with gold cord.
A heart was faux-stitched into the largest leaf. The shirt-stories wall was updated with orange accents to match the leaves.
The leaves for this window were cut from recycled materials - Anthropologie shopping bags, newsprint, book pages, and craft paper. They were coated in transparent washes of paint to create cohesion among the various patterns.
The heart and city text were painted on the glass and leaves were taped to the window from the inside.