A wreath to frame out promotional signage was made from cut-outs of illustrated paper leaves and berries, layered with foam core spacers, and suspended with wire.
To make mugs and candles more gift-able, tie-ons were created to add some festive cheer. Miniature pine cones were hot glued to paper rope for mugs, and a pine cone stamp was used on paper tags for candles.
Ornaments were hung with baker's twine to add a hanging focal point to the concept.
Walls were covered in canvas and painted red (the same shade of red as Take Note.) Giftable items were featured to showcase the products within the concept.
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The mailbox was made from plywood pieces and chipboard, then attached to a base and painted out.
The whimsical sign was created from foam core, painted and layered to create a multi-dimensional piece.
The Take Note concept fixtures were painted a poppy red to feel extra festive.
Anthropologie sent paper copies of pine cone, berry, and fir branch illustrations to each store. They were adhered to chip board for structure, cut out (special thanks to the many Anthro Elves who made that happen) attached to floral wire and flocked with snow for extra dimension. Combined with real floral berries and pine cones, the illustrated pieces were worked into garland for a lush look.
Extra fir branches and pine cone illustrations were added to garland and wreaths throughout the store.