Our spring window displays are finally finished!
The large window has an oriental theme, where we are using the new JAB wallpaper collection. The bold face design is certainly a feature, however the collection also has some beautiful plain textures that could be used as either a subtle feature or even all the way round. The key colour used in this scheme is sorbet pink, a colour which is becoming increasingly popular within current interiors. For the first time in G C Johnson window history, we have showcased a sheer curtain using the wave system. With the rise in bi-fold windows and doors, this type of window treatment has come into its own. This particular Kai fabric has a beautiful blossom pattern and is neither plain nor overpowering. The use of black paintwork and furniture adds an element of sophistication, meanwhile the blush petal chair softens the whole look. We have seen this oriental look within many new collections, including high end brands such as Arte.
Our second window display is anything but tame! Using Clarke & Clarke’s Emma J Shipley collaboration collection Animalia, we have designed a crazy kid’s space. From a zebra print throw to goose lamps to knitted animal heads, this display is the epicentre of fun.
Sticking to the pastel trend, we have a stunning eggshell blue paper creating a soft look behind an explosion of pattern. Brightly coloured cushions from the Animalia collection stand out with their unique designs and intricate detail. Furniture has been kept neutral, a simple yet stylish black leather chair and white chest of drawers add some calm to the otherwise wacky window. This is a look that doesn’t have to break the budget, Clarke & Clarke pride themselves on being an affordable company and this collection is no exception.
Keep an eye out for our next blog on alternative ways to bring these trends into your home!