When you buy a retail space for sale, one of the most important things you have to consider is having enough space to display your wares. People are attracted by good displays. So it’s really important to have large display windows and a lot of light inside your store.
Color and Print Blocking
These days, people are very creative about the ways in which they organize displays. One of the techniques used is color-blocking in which you take two or more separate colors which aren’t ordinarily combined together and create an attractive but unusual display. You can also experiment with the idea by using two or three different prints which don’t necessarily go together but can provide good foils for each other. In order to do all this, you’ll need to have a retail space which gives you the perfect backdrop for your displays.
Organizing by Theme
In smaller stores, you tend to find that many items are crammed together in a geometric pattern. For example, you’ll see parallel rows stocked with skirts, dresses, tops, shoes etc. There isn’t much originality in these displays and they tend to make a place look crowded. A new trend these days is to group things together by theme. For example, one section might contain everything in yellow while another has only blue items. So it doesn’t matter what the items are. They could be clothes, shoes, books, decorative pieces etc. But if they’re all yellow, they could be displayed together.
Creating a Plush Atmosphere
The above-mentioned thematic displays don’t necessarily need a lot of space. However, it does help to have high ceilings and large windows. Rather than having small aisles that customers have to squeeze through, you could have slightly larger aisles with red carpets that give customers a sense of luxury. Diffuse lights and rich draperies can complete the picture, inviting the customer in and giving them a reason to stay and browse as long as they want.
Contact us for more ideas on decorating your retail space for maximum effect.