11 Ways To Use Eyewear Signs

We follow Frances Stolz of Backyard Spectacles on Pinterest and Facebook and absolutely love what she she is doing with her giant eyewear sculptures. She has made business card holders, tables, chairs and numerous other eyewear themed decor and furniture that are so much fun.

Nothing shouts about who you are with a giant sunglass in your windows or used inside. We brought to you some examples of how these colossal pieces of art can be used in decorating your optical shop.

1.) From Greece. Huge Sunglass and note the vintage decor with old phones and typewriters.

Optical shop by Dimensions, Patras Greece eyewear store design via Optical shop by Dimensions, Patras Greece eyewear store design in Pinterest

Optical shop by Dimensions, Patras Greece eyewear store design via Optical shop by Dimensions, Patras Greece eyewear store design in Pinterest

2.) This is an optical shop. They just used 1/2 eyes and made into mirrors. Great concept.

Image Credit unknown: Vasilis Arvanitis interior designer via Pinterest

Image Credit unknown: Vasilis Arvanitis interior designer via Pinterest

3.) The front desk is accented by giant round spectacles. You can see the 1/2 eyes on the corner. Of special note, the left eye is cut off and continues on the back wall. A mini optical illusion.

Via ArvanitisVvasilis designer on PInterest

Via ArvanitisVvasilis designer on Pinterest

4.) If you don’t think this shop screams we sell sunglasses..

pinned by Ton van der Veer

pinned by Ton van der Veer

5.) Want to make your sign really unique? Try dressing it up.

Image Credit unknown. Via Pinterest

Image Credit unknown. Via Pinterest

7.) This is Backyard Spectacles Steampunk version of a dressed up optical sign. Absolutely love it.

Modern Steam Punk! 24inch wall art mirror on its way to Philadelphia via Frances Stolz on Facebook

Modern Steam Punk! 24inch wall art mirror via Frances Stolz on Facebook

8.) One of our Facebook friends Solaris in Japan posted this POP Up store from Eyewear Vintage, who just now opened their first store in Amsterdam.

Eyewear Vintage launches Pop-UP Store in Amsterdam via Solaris Vintage on Pinterest

Eyewear Vintage launches Pop-UP Store in Amsterdam via Solaris Vintage on Pinterest

9.) Round is hot and Backyard Spectacles nailed it with this vintage piece in the dispensing room.

Via Backyard Spectacles

Via Backyard Spectacles

10.) Why settle for just one? The red sunglass makes the front desk pop.

Yonkers Eyes via Backyard Spectacles

Yonkers Eyes via Backyard Spectacles

11.) Providence Optical has an industrial feel to their shop. Using an aviator shape with ‘Mirrored Lens’  makes this a focal point on one wall,drawing attention to select items.

Providence Optical: Image Credit Unknown

Providence Optical: Image Credit Unknown

For more examples of how to use Sunglass Sculptures please visit our board on Pinterest on Shady Sculptured Signs 

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  1. Frances Scholz says:

    Oh! My!
    Thank you Cathy for your kind words.
    Frances Scholz@ backyard Spectacles

  2. Hi! I took the Providence Optical photo 🙂

  3. please make sure you give image credit