My Boutique Booth Set-Up

by Marlys Bateman.
(Regina, Sasakatchewan, Canada)

When I set up my booth I try to use my space to the best advantage.

Overview of the whole booth.

Overview of the whole booth.

This was a larger space so I like to present it more like a shopping boutique. If possible I like to draw people right into the booth so they can enjoy shopping in a pleasant environment.

A close up of a small table placed centre front in the booth.

A close up of a small table placed centre front in the booth.

Outside table arranged so that shoppers have access from both sides.

Outside table arranged so that shoppers have access from both sides.

I was able to use my outside table in a way that shoppers could have access from both sides. The 20 ft by 10 ft space allowed many people access but never seemed crowded.

Most booth spaces are only 10 ft by 10 ft but if possible I always try to go for a larger booth.

A booth with a boutique feel about it.

A booth with a boutique feel about it.

Marlys Bateman
Zephoria Designs at Etsy

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  • Natasha says:

    Wow, what a lovely big booth! Looks very inviting, lots of choice and lovely jewellery, thank you for sharing.

  • Marlys, your booth is stunning. It really looks like an established boutique, not a temporary booth setup. I love how you’ve used the space to show lots of jewelry in an organized way, and there’s still plenty of room for people to move around and shop. (I would definitely come in and browse.) A very inspiring setup – thank you for sharing it! 🙂

  • A. Nicola says:

    Wow, what a large space…and so classy! What types of spotlights are you using?

  • Mary Wong says:

    Beautifully displayed! And you are so strategic about the customer flow – both sides of a table, pulling circulation inside. Very inviting.

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