Striking window transformations encourage people to support small businesses

Revive Interiors has been given a makeover as part of nationwide transformations to encourage people to support small businesses as their daily lives start to return to normal.

Revive Interiors in Doncaster has received a window display makeover as part of a series of nationwide transformations.
Revive Interiors in Doncaster has received a window display makeover as part of a series of nationwide transformations.

A total of 13 independent shops, including Doncaster-based Revive and Oceanic Beauty Salon in Stocksbridge, have been given extraordinary window displays by British conceptual designer, Jo Sedley, to showcase each shop’s unique business story.

Revive Interiors owner Donna Shenton first opened her shop selling vintage furniture in 2010. Soon after she became Revive Interiors where she now sells luxury furniture and unique accessories, whilst also offering a bespoke interior design service.

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The windows are digitally shoppable, taking shoppers to Facebook via a unique QR code.

Oceanic Beauty Salon in Stocksbridge

Ms Shenton said: “We are so excited to be a part of this campaign as Facebook has helped us take our business to a new audience.”

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