Fixtures like this were once commonplace. Now less-so. Every shoe department has a few floor mirrors scattered about. But this upscale boot-ique featured footwear floor mount mirrors at the end of every aisle and display. The design was as upscale as was the store and footwear offerings. Though it looks like I am slumming, my shoes are a quite respectable and comfortable Bostonians (originally of Whitman, Massechuesetts), now part of the Clarks British shoe empire. Sorry if not my Ferragamos which I wear for special occasions. CLICK the gallery to walk through images of this mirror design from various angles.
For Mirrors as Amenities by Title see…
“Footwear Floor Mirrors Return” (This Post)
“Perpendicular Porthole Mirror“
“Articulated Mirror Every Aisle“
“Sephora Moveable Makeup Station“
“Sephora Visual Echo“
“C-Clamped Oval Shelf-Edge Mirror“
“Drink in the View of You”
“Porthole Mirror Pivots“
“Porthole Mirror Pivots Redux”
“Crazy Glue Slatwall Mirror Mount”
“Mirror Attention Compeller”
“Slatwall Mount Mirror for Jewelry”
“Four Jewelry Mirrors Compared“
“Built-in Mirror Sells Caps”
“Mirror’s Vision of Xmas Jewelry“
“Goosenecked Slatwall Mirror.”
“Universal Joint Cosmetics Mirror”
For Mirrors as Amenities in Retail resources see…
“Mirrors Tag” for a scrolling list of discussions.
“Mirrors in Merchandising Pinterest Board“ for a visual summary.
“Mirrors in Merchandising Index Page” for all resources and links
For summaries of Shoe Merchandising resources…
“Shoe Merchandising Tag” for a scrollable list of discussions.
“Shoe Fixturing and Merchandising in Retail“ for a visual summary.
“Shoe Merchandising Index Page” for all resources and links.