As promised, here are a few more retail display ideas from the showrooms at the summer gift shows.
Our Name is Mud has a new line in Enesco’s Atlanta showroom called Really Great News. The mannequin’s dress and hat are entirely made of newspaper and very well done. Also notice the use of color in the display vignette. The bright green and pop of orange are ideal for featuring black and white merchandise. Here’s a closer view of the mannequin:
Since we are always on the lookout for innovative uses for common items to solve display dilemmas, we had to snap a quick picture of the belt buckle display frames at Loopty Loo in the Just Got 2 Have It showroom. Ordinary double hooks make the perfect-size cradles for displaying the buckles.
Pallets, pallets and MORE PALLETS!
Avindy puts a new twist on the pallet display idea by adding ropes in some of the gaps.
Not only functional, the rope adds a textural element and adds to the industrial chic theme of the pallet displays.
Some of the most innovated display ideas are in the temporary booths at trade shows. They have to be resourceful and aware that all the displays have to be hauled in and out and set-up within a few days.
And the SIGN says…
Collins Painting continues the industrial chic theme by using a lot of metal in the showroom displays. The showroom entry display is dynamic with it’s many layers and the use of a weathered trellis to add height. Note the obvious lack of added color, so as not to distract from the product in a busy display.
A steel grate mounted on the wall adds dimension and the addition of the pulleys and street signs are a nice touch, too.
As always, thanks for spending a few minutes celebrating displays with the Retail Details blog. We invite you to submit images of your displays to be considered for inclusion the blog. Becky Tyre also writes Display Inspirations articles for GIFT SHOP Magazine and welcomes display pictures submitted for print, as well. See contact info in the sidebar of this blog.