Christmas Windows at Anna Held Florist and Cafe

The curved window at the corner of Bryn Mawr Avenue and Sheridan Road, in the Edgewater Glen Neighborhood of Chicago.  Isn't it splendid...and the 'trees' are made of rolled newspapers!

The curved window at the corner of Bryn Mawr Avenue and Sheridan Road, in the Edgewater Glen neighborhood of Chicago. Isn’t it splendid…and the ‘trees’ are made of rolled newspapers!

'Shop Local' is a big thing here...it keeps the dollars in the neighborhoods!  I'm not sure what the '99%' means, but it is quite pretty!

‘Shop Local’ is a big thing here…it keeps the dollars in the neighborhoods! I’m not sure what the ‘99%’ means, but it is quite pretty!

Mmm...it's always a good day for steamy hot chocolate in wintry, windy Chicago--with or without marshmallows!

Mmm…it’s always a good day for steamy hot chocolate in wintry, windy Chicago–with or without marshmallows!  I guess Teddys like it, too!

Whoever decorates these window should be applauded...they are always gorgeous and very creatively designed.  LOVE the tree here!

Whoever decorates these window should be applauded…they are always gorgeous and very creatively designed. LOVE the tree here!

Just to the left of the 'deer window' is...what else?  The 'penguins on ice' window!

Just to the left of the ‘deer window’ is…what else? The ‘penguins on ice’ window!

Here's a close-up of the 'ice'...various Plexiglas (TM) and glass vases and display boxes.  I thought it was very nicely done!

Here’s a close-up of the ‘ice’…various Plexiglas (TM) and glass vases and display boxes. I thought it was very nicely done!

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4 responses to “Christmas Windows at Anna Held Florist and Cafe

    • This is a ‘onesie’ shop, Leanne…not part of any franchise at all. It’s located in a huge former hotel right on Lake Michigan…I think the place is a ‘landmark, and the architecture is lovely, from the early 1920s…hence, the beautiful curved window at the corner shop. I’ll shoot more of it when I’m next down there.

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