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Did you know one of the keys to a great sale is not just the display and your products, but setting a mood? Today I’ll show you a couple of great examples of ways you can use props and staging to increase sales at craft fairs.
We recently opened up a consignment shop Highland Arts & Crafts. Although we are a retail shop, the booth spaces for some of our artists are quite small to help keep their costs down. This doesn’t stop them from doing some amazing presentations.
Here are a couple of stunning table spaces to inspire you. My absolute favorite is first. This is a 4′ x 2′ table space the aritst built up to display her pottery and bottle art.
I love the way she uses the paper flowers to make the colors pop and to draw the eye in. She also applies color from her pieces to her crates to make them more unique.
My next example is a monochromatic scheme that really works for highlighting the artists silver pieces. Curiouser Creations is the name of her company. Her art and display are both amazing. This is when she first set up her table space.
The mannequin and frame gives that great vintage vibe that matches the antique silverware she uses to create her pieces. It’s a very well done display that makes great use of her space.
You can see she was one of the first ones set up :). Our shop is full now and all the displays are fantastic. These are the best examples of staging in a small space. People stop at these booths longer and really look because the whole display is art.