HomeGoods is embracing the chaotic and eclectic nature of its stores with its new #GoFinding campaign, which reminds consumers that rummaging around can result in some affordable and unique finds.
To promote the new campaign, the homeware retailer setup a a series of art installations throughout the United States which beautifully embodies the diverse nature of the stores. Some of these gorgeous displays include a mountain of lamps in Manhattan which were designed to appear as the famed city's skyline or a floor of mirrors along the desert floor in Nevada. On a clear day, these mirrors reflect the blue sky and appear as a river.
According to the agency behind this campaign, McCann New York, the installations were developed to celebrate the "thrill of finding."
HomeGoods' #GoFinding Series Celebrates the Thrill of Discovery
1. Chaos-embracing Homeware Campaigns - Brands may explore the concept of celebrating disorder and disorganization in their marketing campaigns to provide a unique shopping experience.
2. Artistic Retail Installations - Retailers may utilize large-scale art installations as a form of experiential marketing to capture the attention of audiences and increase brand awareness.
3. Eclectic and Affordable Home Decor - There may be a demand for unique and affordable home decor that exudes a personalized, eclectic style.
1. Retail - Home decor and other retailers may benefit from incorporating chaos and creativity into their marketing campaigns to attract customers with a desire for unique shopping experiences.
2. Art and Installation - There may be an increased demand for artists and installation companies to create large-scale, impactful installations for retailers and other organizations.
3. Affordable Home Decor - Companies that offer affordable, eclectic home decor may see increased demand from consumers who want to personalize their living spaces with unique finds.