taking flight into art, love, and life (the blog)

Friday, August 10, 2012

Stunning store displays

Hi friends! I'm starting a new blog series today called, you guessed it, Stunning Store Displays. The goal? To highlight some of the extraordinary displays that retailers put together in an effort to showcase the Kelly Rae Roberts collections in their stores. 

It's a major talent to create displays and I want to celebrate not just their creativity, but their support of my product lines! 

the rusty bucket

The Rusty Bucket, Cariboo, BC. Love the mix of the old with the new...always a fave.


Garden Gallery Iron Works, Woodburn, OR. Love the stacking of suitcases and the blend of furniture..

The Square Nest, Salt Lake City, UT. Love all the dark wood and greenery mixed in with the display.


Bradleys, Knoxville, TN. Adore the use of the metal screen door as a magnet display!

The Marketplace in Alpena, Michigan

The Marketplace, Alpena, MI. This feels romantic. And I love romance!

Are you a retailer with a great display of my product? I'd love see! Get in touch OR simply post them to my Facebook page where I can easily grab them :)


Lucy Chen said...

These are all very very beautiful! Stunning indeed! But you made the beautiful paintings and art in the first place, Kelly.

Tiges and Weince said...

Just gorgeous. You're right they are definitely a talent creating a store display with impact. It's great to receive inspiration to change up my market/fair displays. Sometimes I feel I get a little stale. Thanks as always, you inspire me.

Princessnana said...

I love The Marketplace in Alpena, MI. It's the only place I can find your amazing stuff. I love Kelly Rae Roberts everything!!

Anonymous said...

Ike to see a larger display of your items on long island new York!

newwaytowrite said...

Your stuff is in The Step Above a kitchen and decor and lunch spot in Quality Food Grocery stores on Vancouver Island BC.

I would love to take a photo but they don't allow photos of any of their displays likely due to competitors stealing their artful ideas.

It makes me smile when I see your products in such unexpected retail locations.

Christina Minasian said...

I recently saw your work at Magical Scraps in Breckenridge, Colorado. Adorable shop and a perfect fit for your work!