Visual Merchandising & Window Display Design Ideas From China
An inspiration for all kinds of store designs from the lovely Chinese. Whether it’s high fashion, luxury brands, a sneaker store or a tea shop, creativity and perfection are always present in these visual merchandising & window display design ideas from China.
Also if you want to create an Asian inspired window display or want to go with the Asian theme for your interior decoration, you will find many valuable inspiring setting designs in this gallery.
So many inspiring designs for both interior and exterior visual merchandising display. Take a look for yourself and patch different ideas together to make your own style:
This display is inspired in the old saying "A bull in a china shop" and it's absolutely brilliant, great inspiration.
China dishes display for a trendy home, with a vintage display decor.
When the displayed merchandise is inspired in the local culture, the best option to place it in context is to go with the same theme for the window display - "China through the looking glass"
The color red keeps repeating itself in many window displays from China, especially the ones that are based around the Chinese New Year celebration.
Interior store display with design by Christian Lahoude Studio, for the store of Jimmy Choo in Chengdu, China.
Black & white merchandise and a colorful background creates and intense contrast, window display from Dolce & Gabbana in Shanghai, China.
Visual merchandising arts design created for Fall windows by The School of Fashion at Seneca College.
Fendi window display for the Qutweet Collection displayed at the Beijing World, China.
Flagship store by The Fashion Door in Guangzhou, China. In store merchandise display on a rack and on a bust.
Very spacious, delicately placed and arranged merchandise display from Galeries La Fayette store by HMKM in Beijing, China.
Gold props and wall to create an elegant gold display window for lilac toned purses, seen in China.
Chinese New Year window from 2013 celebrating the happy year of the snake.
Harrods window display for the Chinese New Year with an intense red background and a snake looking prop figure.
Big rainbow, lots of pink and blue and the my little pony used for a Harvey Nichols display in Hong Kong.
Window display design by James Chang for a Hermes store window in China.
Doodles on the walls and white mannequins in moving positions is what you can observe from this Joyce display, in Hong Kong - China.
Symmetry and color, combined perfectly with funny figurines. Juice store at Tsim Sha Tsui in Hong Kong, China.
Linehouse ALL SH store seen from the outside, glass wall allowing one to see all the merchandise displayed inside in Shanghai - China.
This window from Loewe takes us back to childhood with these illustrations and uneven colored circles. Visual merchandising seen in Hong Kong.
Photo from the "Voyage" exhibition by Louis Vuitton at the National Museum of China, in Beijing.
Inspiration for the interior display of a store, with a modern design and chic attire at Lane Crawford in Hong Kong.
Street inspired merchandise display on stands and walls, from Nike Kicks Lounge in Shanghai - China.
Design meets fashion and symmetry in this window display for an OCE flagship store, by Leaping Creative. Guangzhou - China.
Many paper lanterns make a lovely Chinese New Year window display, at Concord Studio.
Retail design for merchandise display in store, at Valentinos new Shanghai store in China. The decor is as pretty as the clothes.
Photo from the interior of the Shanghai Tang Cathay Mansion flagship store by Design MVW. Shanghai fashion inspiration.
Delicious and cozy display of products from a Tea Shop in Beijing, China.
Pattern inspiration for a window display design setting, from a visual merchandising display in China.
Brilliant men's pop-up store in Beijing with a design inspired in music by Fendi.
Window display in China focused on Chinese recognizable elements and a funny dragon shaped strawberry.
Pop culture fashion in a window display with gold elements and colored paper lanterns to represent the Chinese New Year celebration.
Visual merchandising based on the color red and red Chinese dragon used to create a beautiful window display, seen in China.
Window displays that don't look like window displays, but rather like a creative studio. Display from Hermes in Hong Kong.
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