One thing about the Nada Farm sale is all of the rustic and creative retail display. There were so many things that not only delighted customers, but added to the ambiance and vibe of the entire market. From using tree branches as a way to display clothing to creating a wall treatment that added to the aesthetics, it was awesome to see creative ideas and hands at work! I wanted to share a few of those market display ideas with you and a little bit about the market itself.
One thing that I loved about this market, is they such a scene from the beginning. These old balusters from a porch were used to make an arbor, with the burlap, welcome sign, and the vintage fencing, it created a welcoming entrance for shoppers to come in and immediately feel like they entered a new space. To read more about the seven secrets of retail display and merchandising, check out this post.
I love how the greenery is intermixed with all kinds of art. With Santos art dolls, small, art, canvases, decoupage, pods, and all kinds of greenery and other items. It makes it feel very eclectic, but very artsy at the same time. With the Dolls to the back and the lower items to the front, it makes it very shoppable.
I love how on the other side of the terrarium, there is some religious imagery, including a statue of Mary and she is draped with vintage rosaries. There are all kinds of numbered candles, and then the wrought iron piece. Just makes the scene very interesting. Again, tallest item to the back and shortest item to the front to make it very very shoppable.
The way the jewelry is so cleverly displayed by Beth Quinn! I love how they’ve taken an old frame and wrap the insert and linen and a little bit of batting, and possibly cork behind it to get the pens to stick. They’ve painted the frame and a white chalky style paint, and then all of the necklaces hanging really beautifully. It really keeps them from tangling. Next to it is a small mannequin with a base it’s been wrapped in a white linen ruffle, and then also has necklace is hanging off of it. I just think it’s so clever and clean-looking.
I love that items themselves can also be not only for sale, but display pieces as well. This hand-painted mixed media chair is an art piece for sale, but it also serves as display for handmade and hand sewn bags by Jeanne Oliver. It doubles the duty for both items and saves on floor space.
All doors with their original paint can also create an interesting backdrop. One thing I loved about this rustic retail display at this farm sale is the way items were cleverly repurposed to be used. I love how these vintage silver platters were re-purposed into becoming useful mirrors, but displaying them on this vintage door, made them so much more interesting with the contrast.
Repurposed books are also art pieces for sale and serve to create a vignette for other items for sale as well. It upsells the other items as customers know they can buy everything together to create something beautiful in their own home.
The visual interest in this space is off the charts created by Traci at Whimsy! I love the mannequin covered in. book pages. and the entire display creates a scene that makes you want to linger and shop. Notice how there are clipped branches in the background and everything is layered with peacock feathers and the elegant chandelier for lighting.
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