To increase optical sales, use space effectively, says Barbara Wright of Barbara Wright Design. To consumers, open space around merchandise signals luxury, while cramped merchandise says lower price, lower quality. See how successful opticals vary open space around frame collections to differentiate economy, mid-priced and high-end.
RESIST CROWDING. Open space around merchandise communicates a luxury context.
ELIMINATE NON-SELLERS. Leave more open space around best-sellers.
KEEP DISPLAYS SIMPLE. It is better to underdo it than overdo it.
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