Check out these great ways to make your booth stand out, and work for you:
Modular walls mean you can change your booth to fit your space and the show. Artephax has a booth (made by Radius Display Products) that is totally versatile – and no tools are necessary for setup. The walls are made of velcro fabric. It’s a snap to hang framed art using velcro loop strips on back. They stick instantly, for easy setup and tear down.
Liz Kinder Ceramics has an industrial-looking booth design designed by her architect husband. Metal shelves beautifully present each piece of pottery as a work of art. The shelves are attached to the metal walls by magnets.
Stacy Simbrom of Angels with Attitude believes that displays with smaller items should move forward, to be more visible to buyers in the aisle. Her booth has a doorway into a small back room which can be used for storage, or taking a quick lunch break.
Here’s a great way to use all your corners – a standing lighted display right on the aisle. Showcase your work by using your whole booth space, including those important corners.
Wow – this amazing backdrop makes a huge statement. Four Seasons Design Group uses this nature scene to echo the inspiration for their extensive collection.
Here’s an unusual twist – artist George Ponzini put a window in his booth to highlight glasswork collaborations he worked on with his neighbor, another glass artist.
Do you have a highly effective booth design that really works? What’s your secret?