We walked by the store windows in New York City for years and admired the artistry of the self-contained worlds created behind a sheet of plate glass. When we moved to Sharon Springs and opened our own Mercantile, we tried to bring a little bit of that magic to our own little Main Street—usually with paper and glue!  (Click here to see some of the windows we created).

We would have never thought that one day we’d have the opportunity to create our own “little world”.

The Bed Bath & Beyond store in Chelsea is now the only place in Manhattan where you can browse and feel and touch the Beekman 1802 Heirloom Collection, and to celebrate the launch we designed two huge windows for the store.

Here are some ideas we learned in the process that you can use in your own home:

 

 

 

 

If you are a Bed Bath and Beyond shopper, you can see the entire Beekman 1802 Heirloom Collection by clicking here

by Josh and Brent

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Castro Felicita

Thank you Josh and Brent, some great ideas. Like I said, nothing but perfection.

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