Anthropologie sent a foam base for each deer that was put together and attached to a wood platform.
The stag's antlers were constructed from wooden dowels of various widths.
Canvas was dyed in layers of raspberry, grey, and olive green. It was cut into pieces and adhered onto the deer bodies, keeping edges frayed for a natural look.
String for the straight, large medallion was strung along chip board and dyed in batches. The small medallion string was swagged along the bottom of a wood inner-structure and spray-dyed.
Once dry, the string was attached to the wood structure pieces, which was then treated with layers of paint and joint compound.
The treatment was sanded for a marbleized-stone effect. The attachment brackets were covered in gold leaf and paint.
The base platform was created from a sturdy plywood structure and treated with Venetian plaster, then sanded and buffed for shine.
The "cage" platform topper was constructed with 2x2s and covered with copper tape to achieve an elevated, hammered-metal effect.
On either side of the platform, wood two-way fixtures hold product and accessories. They were constructed with 2x2s and copper pipe.
Leading into the Denim Shop, several mannequins sit on a platform covered in recycled denim for an added accent to the room.
The shape of the denim shop sign was cut out of luan board. Wood pieces were used to create structure and suspension between the front and the back. The side pieces were drilled to fit the wires and light sockets.
"The Denim Shop" letters were dyed with indigo ink and set proportionally on the front face.