Thursday, December 16, 2010

The Store Window belonged to......


Hello Everyone!
I am sorry that this will be such a quick post.....
I wanted to tell you the name of the store window I took the picture of....
It was..
ANTHROPOLOGIE
Congratulations Melinda!
 Tales From My Empty Nest!
Melinda is the sweetest person too!


Anthropolgie's windows were amazing!
I am always so inspired by everything Anthropologie does...
My daughter Bethany loves this store.
She told me it was her favorite store we went in this weekend while we were in NYC....
She was taking note of all of their decorations....
She is going to try and make those adorable pinecones....
I also got her to model one of their scarves for me : )


I have lots of pictures to share with you of their store.  I will hopefully get the rest of my NYC pictures loaded this weekend!
Hope you all enjoy your weekend!

Take Care,
Maria

31 comments:

Sofies Haus said...

Dearest Maria,
most of the clothes I have shown on my blog are from this label! I am addicted to them since 4 years already!!!Many hughs Anja

Kristin said...

Beautiful window!!! Have a great weekend!

xo

Jacqueline said...

Dear Maria,
When I started blogging, I was always hearing American bloggers going on about Anthropologie and it sounded fantastic.....and then.....we got an Anthropologie in London !!!! Yay. I just love the way they dress their shops.....so uunique and innovative.
Looking forward to more of your images of New York... XXXX

Daydream Living said...

Hi Maria,
Yes, it is a great store. their visual merchandise department knows what they are doing! Love the scarf, did it make a trip back to California into your closet?
Have a good weekend,
Maureen

sissie said...

Anthropologie has to be one of the most fascinating stores! I love the mass of pretty pinecones and the way they use the old crates to display scarves.

Your daughter is a pretty little model.

hugs
Sissie

Rie said...

So funny, I just posted about something I bought from Anthropologie. I love, love, love that store. I always get so inspired when I'm there. I love how they displayed those scarves with the hanging crates. And your daughter is beautiful!

NanaDiana said...

Maria- That is an AMAZING window display! I LOVE IT! Hugs- Diana

Between You and Me said...

love NYC....so glad you got to be there with some of your favorite girls and women!

Can't wait to hear all about it!

Andi's English Attic said...

We have an Anthro in Regent Street in London. I only get there occasionally, but love just wandering around. xx

Amy @MaisonDecor said...

What a cute model! I love anthropologie...they should make a magazine or book of their styling ways and secrets!

Lindsay said...

What a cute model you have :)

Carmella said...

How fun to see some Anthropologie! I was just recently wishing that I could see their window displays this Christmas (the nearest store is 6 hours away from me!), so thanks, thanks, and thanks!!

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

My daughter did an internship decorating Anthro's windows and it was amazing what they came up with to create their displays.

I too love Melinda. Congrats.

Low Tide High Style said...

Glad you and your daughters, nieces and sisters had a great trip! Your daughter and the store window are both lovely!

Enjoy your weekend!

Kat :)

Tracie~MyPetiteMaison said...

Very pretty, Maria! Your daughter makes an adorable model too.

Looking forward to more photos of NYC.
xo~Tracie

Allison said...

Congratulations to Melinda! Anthropologie is one of my favorite stores. It is hard to leave empty handed! Bethany is a beautiful girl, Maria. Happy Weekend!

martinealison said...

Très jolies photos... Votre fille est très mignonne.
Bisous

hometown girl said...

Christmas in NYC is wonderful! your daughter is darling! sounds like a fun trip. i love anthropologie we are finally getting one here and i couldn't be happier!! susan

GWENDOLYN KAY said...

I love that store too!!
Gwenny

Rachel said...

~*~*Fab store display!! Your daughter is darling too!! Hugs~ Rachel~*~**~

*French Farmhouse 425*

Priscila Peters said...

Maria,
Great photos!!
Anthropologie is the best.

Tales From My Empty Nest said...

Maria, it is after midnight and I am just reading your blog to find out that I won the window contest. I am so EXCITED!!! What a treat! That window just looked like Anthropologie when I first saw it! What an awesome ending to my exciting day! I saw my oncologist today and he told me I was cancer free and I don't have to come see him any more. Praise God! That was my early Christmas present!!! Bethany is precious and looks so cute modeling the scarf! Thanks again so much!!!! I will email you. Love & blessings from NC!

A Cottage Muse said...

Congrats to Melinda! I just recently visited Anthropologie and am in love too!

I posted about my beautiful gifts yesterday ~ again, thank you so much!

Lynda @ Happenstance Home said...

Anthropologie is so packed full of ideas. I bet New York takes it a step further - it must be wonderful to see. your daughter is so adorable - and has great taste just like her mom! can't wait to learn more about your New York visit. It has to be something to do with your amazing eye and talent! Merry Christmas!

MODERN Prairie Girl said...

I live for those window displays...just wanna crawl up inside one and take a nap! I got busted once for taking pics on the inside of the store. How can they not expect us to wanna capture their fabulousness for prosperity!? :)

So glad your trip was fun.
Merry, Merry!
Lara

Kathy said...

Darling scarff even cuter daughter, my last post was also on Anthro... it is such a pleasure to read you, thank you for your gracious time and providing a year of inspiration and pure bliss. Merry Christmas Maria

Sheila said...

oooh i wish we had this, how lovely.

Consuelo said...

I like Antropologies and you have a really lovely model! ;)

www.lisforlovelythings.blogspot.com

Thelma-Art said...

Anthropologie sounds fantastic!!

The Loft on 2nd said...

We find inspiration at Anthropology too. Love the look, teh staging and expecially the clothing.
The Loft on 2nd

Elyse said...

isn't NYC so magical? it just is. i was just at an anthropologie in philadelphia and the displays are unbelievable. i'm am thrilled that one will finally open near me in the spring!

dreamalicious pics, as always!

warmest wishes for a cozy, happy and healthy holiday from my cottage to yours ~

xo
elyse