Knife-Shop Vertical Museum Case

Knife-Shop Vertical Museum Case

This Knife-Shop Vertical Museum Case adds a sense of exclusivity to blade sales, as well as long-distance visibility due to the added height. Four-sided, the display offers significant merchandising space in a small footprint. Since the items themselves are small, drawer access below the museum case presumably allows access to backstock. The display also cross-sells…

Candle Vintage Lantern Museum Case

Candle Vintage Lantern Museum Case

Nothing could be more in character for visual merchandising than this Candle Vintage Lantern Museum Case. After all, wouldn’t a candle be the functional element of the Lantern originally? Here the candle heroes are augmented by a touch of floral arrangement for softening. The overall display leads one’s eye to a wall of candle and…

North-Face Sleeping-Bags Sleep Standing Up

North-Face Sleeping-Bags Sleep Standing Up

Fairly sure this is not mountaineering gear, this North-Face Sleeping-Bags Sleep Standing Up display does hint at the aspect … sleeping in a bag suspended from some precipitous rock face. But instead consider the eye-appeal, and space saving aspect of vertical display. The North Face logo identifies from a distance. Rolled sleeping bags merchandise from…

Tall-and-Fat-Boy Nordstrom Museum Case Pairing

Tall-and-Fat-Boy Nordstrom Museum Case Pairing

Discussed in separate posts, it only seemed fitting to present this Tall-and-Fat-Boy Nordstrom Museum Case Pairing together. Note the similarity in base design even if overall proportions and enclosed space differ significantly. Together they make a cohesive design statement, particularly since internal propping and visual merchandising is parallel. But this Tall-and-Fat-Boy Nordstrom Museum Case Pairing…