Many apologies for the delay this week, my friends! I mistakenly scheduled this post for future…the far future. If you were really patient, you would have been able to read it on 3/9/14. Sigh. Anyway, this is a good one with great images so check it out and tell me what you think in the comments.
This month’s Team DIY features pop-up storefront displays found on Pinterest. They’ve given me some great on-the-road ideas for Anselblue since our traveling life begins in May. Check out our events page to see where you can find us and a few darling things for your kitchen and home.
1. Ink & Spindle
The height of this table-top display is perfect. She’s made great use of the leaning shelves on either side, especially to prop the branch that holds her signage. The dish towels have great placement for customers to open them up to see the entire design. The rest of her items are folded and branded just so and fit expertly into her very thoughtful display.
2. Cloth & Ink
I love the use of the drying rack (left) and how the bottom rungs are cleverly turned into a shelf! The ladder bookcase is tailor made for pillow display. The table gives just the right amount of height and the lamps, which she makes, cleverly draw the eye into her booth. This looks like an inside show since she’s a poplin tent top with a red pinstripe top. Primary colors, mod patterns and an A+ for creative use of space.
3. Funky Vintage Kitchen
What like best about this display is the teal colored crate for pillows and eggshell table that sit just under her bigger table. It draws the eye from bottom to top with ease. She has multi-height displays on the table with her signage smack-dab in the middle. There are many things to show in this booth but, somehow, it doesn’t look nearly as cluttered as it could look. I like the red pops at the top with the option to use the hanging lamps or just have them for show.
Bonus Track: Vintage Tea Van
HOW amazing would it be to pull up to my Tuesday Farmers Market dates with this darling little van? It’s seriously perfection! See more of this adorable van and its hip owners from the UK on their website, coupleofmugs.co.uk.
Which do you like? Got a pin of a neat display? Share it because I’d like to see it!