Decor Inspiration: Fall 2014 Store Displays

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It’s always a nice treat to step outside of the office and visit the Walnut Street store here in Philly. 

I stopped by this week after I heard that the fall 2014 displays had been installed. Each season, I’m blown away at the amount of creativity that is put forth to create these amazing displays. They are always intricate, and provide a visually pleasing and welcoming atmosphere for anyone who walks in. I love that no matter what is hanging from the ceiling, or draped in the front window, it always has that special hand touched quality that Free People is all about. From woven textiles placed throughout, to copper covered leaf mandalas lining the walls, the stores this season will transport you to an exotic local, while giving you that warm and cozy fall feeling.  I got to talk to our District Display Manager, Sam, about the 2014 fall displays, and she shared a few words about the inspiration behind them!

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“The fall display is a marriage of inspiration from Tibet, India and Morocco. Woven textiles and yarn from Marrakesh mix with needlepoint panels inspired by Tibetan tapestry patterns. We love that the customer could feel a cozy fall vibe from the display whilst simultaneously being transported to an exotic and unexpected locale. We hope she is inspired! Lastly, pops of copper metal give the set some shimmer and glamour to balance out all the soft elements.” 

Here’s a peek at what you can expect to see inside our stores this season!

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weavings on wall

close up maniquin

inside wall

gold mandala

front of store display

side of wall

folding clothes from above

fall colored yarn hangings

mirror on wall

upstairs intimate section

close up gold wall

mandala feet

intimates section

store from above

gold wall hanging

mirror from above

yarn detail

back of store

weaving wall

drapey things

yarn bundles

yarn weavings hanging

front of store

yarn flowers

gold dripey thing

walnut street girls

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Comments

Hypnotica Vintage -August 8, 2014, 8:47AM

Looking gorgeous! I love the way that antique textiles make space feel. I thrifted some textiles from Morocco yesterday and I’m stoked… loads of geometric shapes and natural wool.
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cristina -August 8, 2014, 9:37AM

amazing as always! i absolutely love the gold leaf design around the mirror!

Susan -August 8, 2014, 12:10PM

So Incredibly Creative and Gorgeous!!! Your store displays are always such a visual feast! I always have the feeling of peering into an art gallery that stimulates all the senses. As if the vibrant scent of Eastern spices of would hang within in the air. Such amazing work! Thank you for sharing.

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Lauren @ FOXTAIL+MOSS -August 8, 2014, 1:46PM

By no means am I wishing summer away, but all these rich and vibrant autumnal colors have me pretty excited for fall. I absolutely love all the texture going on here! Definitely has a very Far East Market kind of vibe going on.

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Sara - RESTLESS NOMADS -August 8, 2014, 4:03PM

I am so inspired by this decor and I hope that I can travel to all 3 of the places that this concept was built around! I’m always so in love with Free People displays, you guys are killin it

xoxo Sara
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Shelley -August 8, 2014, 10:15PM

I’m obsessed with that mandala painted on the floor! I think I want to live in a Free People store!
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Julie -August 9, 2014, 4:56PM

This decor is so inspiring! I’m so looking forward to fall and the rich warmths of its colors.

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Cecil Vedemil -August 12, 2014, 9:47AM

I can’t wait for fall :) Love the pics

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Summer J -August 12, 2014, 4:30PM

soo beautiful and inspiring… I wish Free People would open a store in Columbia, SC so that I could see it in person! (:

Rachel F -August 17, 2014, 10:35PM

How do you get a job in visual display? Do they hire artists to do this kind of work?

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