Have you just started your own business? Have you recently opened your own store? Are you struggling to make your company stand out? Don’t worry, that’s where we come in.
Starting Your Own Business is hard, and getting yourself, and your business noticed is even harder. But, with some smart and creative thinking there are many ways you can make your business stand out from the crowd.
To help make your store stand out, we have come up with some creative and innovative design ideas. To find out more, have a read below:
Be proud of your business. When a customer walks past your store, the first thing they will look for is a company name and information about what you are selling or what services you are offering.
There are plenty of ways you can make your brand stand out by using signage, from making your own hand sewn banners or wooden painted signs, to buying Customized Neon Signs. To make your company stand out your signage needs to be unique, intriguing and easy to read.
As well as large signs outside your shop and across the top of your store, it is also important to have signage inside the shop. Make sure that all your packaging and price labels have your brand name on them.
2. Create A Fantastic Window Display
Your shop window should be an interesting and exciting space that people feel drawn to. So, it is vital that you Create An Amazing Window Display.
To create a window display that is fun and eye catching think about using different levels and colours to display products. If you find yourself struggling for window display inspiration, why not have a look on Pinterest to get some ideas?
Think about other stores and try to remember the best window display you have ever seen. What was it the made that display so interesting and eye catching? Was it the colours? Was it the patterns? Was it the style?
Once you have come up with a fun and unique idea, invite friends or relatives over to your store to give you their honest opinions of the display.
3. Display Your Products Creatively
Don’t just place products neatly on shelves, think about how you could display them in an interesting way. Think about what would look good and be eye catching. Remember, that you are aiming to draw people in.
Try to create displays within the store that will allow customers to visualise the product being in their life. For example, if you were selling lamps, you could create a living room display and place a lamp in it as the focal point. This would allow potential customers to visualise the lamp in their own living room or bedroom etc.
Create a theme within your store and use it to help you display your products. For example, for a relaxing theme you could use dried lavender, candles and calming music to create a sense of serenity in your store. You could then organise your products around the candles and other bits and bobs.