Living Edge are getting into the Christmas spirit with a fun and festive window display.
December 1st, 2011
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas at Living Edge’s residential studio in Sydney’s Surry Hills and new Richmond showroom in Melbourne.
Visual merchandiser and installation artist Missy Gilbert has teamed up with Living Edge’s senior graphic artist Kate Lochrin to create playful window displays, inspired by the fun and joy of wrapped gifts under the Christmas tree.
Can you guess what’s under the Living Edge tree?
The installations coincide with Living Edge’s Eames Rocker promotion, with customers given the opportunity to purchase a white Eames Rocker for $650, from 1 December until stocks last.
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