STAFF at a prominent homeware shop have decorated its Christmas display window with models of iconic Salisbury buildings.

Customers at Dinghams, at 28 Market Place, have been stopping in awe to see the hand-made depictions of some of the city's most well-known buildings.

The models were created with reused packaging, newspapers, sheet music and other natural materials by staff during their Christmas party.

Visual merchandiser Amal Grey, who has worked at Dinghams for just over one year, pitched the idea to the team after seeing something similar in Devizes.

"I thought how lovely it would be for Salsibury because we're all really proud of having a shop here and we've got the most beautiful architecture. Obviously, it's a very old building so it's nice to think what they would have made in the Victorian times," she said.

Salisbury Journal: The installation took three days to be completed.The installation took three days to be completed. (Image: Salisbury Journal)

The team of 15 voted on their favourite buildings before repurposing the left-over delivery materials that would've otherwise been recycled.

Amal added: "We get a huge amount of waste at Christmas and we were wondering how we could reuse it. We wanted to show that with a bit of love and imagination, you can make something special."

The old-fashioned window showcases Salisbury Cathedral, Ox Row Inn, Dinghams, Market Inn and the Guildhall.