Showroom Design Made Simple by Zac Ferry

BoohooMan - Logo
Opposuits
Bally UK Spring Summer 2019 Collection for him
Orlebar Brown
Pacific Sunwear of California Inc

Your place of work is important. If you own a showroom, then you already know how tough it is to get the design of the place right. With what to display, where to put the furniture and where to add interesting things about your business, showroom design is never as simple as most people think it to be.

If you are trying to design a showroom, one that helps your audience and customers to understand what your business stands for and what it has to offer, you will need the following tips:

Know Your Needs:

When it comes to showroom design, you need to know what you want. Every showroom has a story to tell, and you will need to ensure that you do everything just right. Consider jotting down the aims, missions and what your store is all about and how you want to portray it before you start with the designing part.

Décor Needs to Be Right:


Any store without the right décor just does not sit right with anybody. When you are designing your showroom, remember to match the decor with your walls and furniture. And if you do not have furniture’s already, you should keep in mind that the furniture you add later should fit well and blend perfectly with the décor. Vintage décor or pastel décor could be a good choice since they are trendy and are easy to match with other things.

However, remember, your showroom should look complete in the end, meaning the décor you choose should blend with the vibe of your products and overall, your brand.

The Positioning of the Furniture:

Any showroom is bound to have some furniture in it. When people shop, you would want to give them some space to sit and ponder over things. You need to remember that you have to find the right spots for the furniture. Randomly adding them here and there will defeat the entire purpose of showroom designing. Also, remember to find the right way to do things, like, if you have garments or shoes to offer, add a bunch of styled mirrors, if you are store for crockery, use stools instead of chairs. Lounges would go well with your showroom.

The Color Scheme:

Earlier showrooms had only one color on the walls. However, these days, everybody is looking to add some jazz to everything. So, whatever your products are and whatever you offer through your showroom, you need to keep in mind that a color combination to set you apart is required. Also, apart from setting yourself apart from the others, you need to ensure that it has a good effect on your customers. Nothing too bright and nothing too shiny is what you need. Experimenting is a good way to start but remember not to go too hard on the colors.

Keep it Fresh:

The primary problem with most of the stores and showroom design plan is that there is room for everything except freshness. These days, audiences are not as easy as they used to be. whole idea behind designing your showroom should be to help your customers feel comfortable and get them in the mood to spend. For you to cash in on the benefits of everything, you need to remember that flowers and colors are the perfect way to keep the mood light and happy inside your showroom.

Lastly, you should not be afraid of asking for help when it comes to your showroom design. Not everyone can design and produce things at the same time. Plus, a professional touch will help you go a long way. Professionals understand the fundamentals of showroom design and will be able to help you attain the optimum balance between the various segments of design.