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Booth had black walls and floor which allowed the accent colors of the textiles to really pop!I am recommending the brick, pictured below, to a retail client this week.New York International Gift Fair 2011: Ivan Tsybayev, sales manager at the studios New York office, works at booth gifted hands salon albuquerque #35043 (pier 92).We are always inspired by the entrepreneurs we meet in the booths at the trade shows.Many booths chose to leave the plywood walls and tables unpainted, as shown in the Skinny Vinny booth.This is also a lovely example of layering and stacking a floor-to-ceiling display: Vietri booth at NY NOW At times, a simple flower swap could turn a spring display into a fall or holiday theme.With categories that include textiles, handmade, general gift, jewelry (and more!The pillows at the País Textil booth stood out against a grey wall and the thick white shelves were an effective choice, too.NY NOW show, where retailers go to find new products to sell in their stores.Kudos to Joelle, the founder of Butterie for a simple, effective booth design worthy of anchoring our blog covering the NY NOW winter show.This technique was beautifully exhibited in the Sophie Allport Limited booth.
Each vendor showcased within the Etsy Wholesale area had uniform booths, but the pegboard walls allowed each artist to configure the space to fit their products.
Etsys signature jumbo pegs defined the area that filled the hallway connecting the buildings.I really liked the earring cards they used, too.One of my favorite display trends is the use of birch as a visual merchandising element.Primitives by Kathy booth on a clever table display that met the challenge of featuring products normally displayed on a wall.The booth had brochures clearly listing the product features surrounded by displays of the product in-use.Joelle told us that she wanted the booth to feel like a cozy kitchen.Visitors at the New York International Gift Fair 2012 studying new products at the studios booth.
I loved meeting you all!
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