Showroom and tradeshow displays both have many options for design. Literature displays, banner stands, and showcases are just to name a few. Each of these display fixtures should be considered with your products or display items to decide what will be most affective for your tradeshow or showroom display. You may decide to use one or many different fixtures to create the full message that you are trying to show.
Literature racks or displays are made in a variety of designs, sizes, and styles and can accommodate many different display needs. Literature displays make it possible for you to show every piece of literature at one time rather than let them sit in a stack for people to sift through. It is important to give a browser a quick way to find what peaks their interest. Most people will not commit to looking through a stack of literature to find what they want, but they are very likely to pick up something that is in plain view that peaks their interest. Literature racks are often made from metal and come in either silver or black. They come is such varieties such as spinners, stands, and racks to help show more pieces. Keeping your magazines, books, and other literature easily identifiable and accessible to those passing by is the key to successful literature presentation in the showroom and tradeshow display atmosphere.
Banner stands are portable and designed to have a quick set up in order to make banner display very practical for tradeshows. One of the most common banner stands is the standard easel. Much like an artists easel, it sits on three legs and is simpler to set up than a camera tripod. The banner or sign simply rests on the front, where it can be easily seen at eye level to those that are browsing by. Other stands are retractable, telescoping, or spring back. Though the easel is very practical, other designs allow for the hardware to be hidden form view, such as rollable banner stands. Each sign display fixture has positives and negatives. Those that hide hardware or have a better visual display may be more difficult to set up, when those that are easy to set up may not be the most appealing. Weighing the importance of quick set up against display design will help you make the right decision on the right banner stands.
Showcases are the most expensive part of tradeshow and showroom displays. These are not usually good for quick set up needs. They are often heavy and require some man-power to set up, but once they have been put into place they give off a very professional and beautiful display look. They are more useful for showrooms that may be set up full time, where products or literature change but the basic showroom setup up remains. It simply depends on the kinds of things you need to display. Showcases definitely add a new element of professionalism and continuity to any display.
Continue to seek the right kinds of display fixtures for your tradeshow or showroom. There are so many different products with so many different pricings, that it is a shame not to have the best impression upon customers or tradeshow participants as possible. Don't let bad displays keep you or your products from being seen.