We specialize in Visual Merchandising / Window Dressing and Event styling within the GTA (Ontario, CA). Providing design concepts that are unique, eye catching & budget sensible. We strive to bring beauty and create captivating designs that are memorable and enticing to the desired audiences.
Available for commissioned work in designing/developing better window displays in order to highlight your business’ image and increase traffic.
We also carry a line of various products, including unique pieces of visual art, already completed or on commission.
Dessa Spring intro: We were coming into spring (finally) and needed a change. Something simple enough that wouldn’t require a lot of supplementary production/ studio time. We figured Chinese lanterns have enough of an interesting aesthetic to them when grouped. This was the result.
Dessa’s Valentine’s Window: This was done in a hurry. I was in the midst of a very large project but Dessa needed an update from their winter snowflake window. So I cam up with this idea for Valentine’s day, with colored pink/red ribbons. The Fuschia was a hit. The store owner Elizabeth was feverishly in love with the ribbon color. As was I truthfully. It turned out to be a very good, low budget and effective window.
Spring is here…finally!
For those of you on the North Western Hemisphere, you’ll understand what I mean. It’s felt like we’ve gone on for decades with the wintery cold and grey this past winter. Unusually long and cold. Or should I say normal for Canadian winters? It has been a long time since we’ve experienced long cold winters like this here. So pleased it’s not below freezing outside and the sun is shining. Had my first long walk outside in a while (apart from snow shoeing, which is a fun Canadian winter sport for those not from around here). Sun please keep on shining and now let the flowers bloom!
Green is in! Not only the color but the idea, the philosophy and the general life style. You’ll note more and more this year that stores have gone into the new dimension of creating little ecosystems within their stores and windows as part of the styling…