Well branded by sign and merchandise is this Adidas Swift Dual Pedestal Shoe Display. The base plinth defines the space. Two intriguing criss-cross sheet metal pedestals create the space for Adidas Swift Shoe as “hero.” But you are encouraged to go with a full Adidas outfit of branded shirt, pants, and jacket. Consider this Adidas Swift Dual Pedestal Shoe Display in a variety of gallery views. Seen at Dick’s Sporting Goods.
This Balenciaga Purse Hexagonal Pedestal Display proves that circles are just too symmetrical, and squares too plain when it comes to purse display. Varying heights, materials, and proportions add even more interest. Several pedestals are Museum Case topped to display small purses, key cases, and clutches. Plus the theme carries through to hexagonal niches spanning the departments walls. This Balenciaga Purse Hexagonal Pedestal Display seen at Neiman Marcus, Short Hills Mall, NJ.
Simple yet dramatic, this Dior Cosmetics Museum Case Pedestal grabs attention as a dual store and cosmetics department entity. Museum Case presentation is minimal, but too late, they already captured your attention. Equally sophisticated signage says “Dior Show” which rhymes with “Floor Show” which implies, action, activity and interaction. So stay for the DiorShow. This Dior Cosmetics Museum Case Pedestal seen at Nordstrom, Short Hills Mall, Chatham NJ Store.
Upright these become table-top Bulk Bins but inverted and stacked they create a Wood Crate Pedestal Island Display. Varying the height creates a pyramidal configuration, maximizing visibility and product billboarding. The irregular outline of the stacks puts everything in easy arms-length reach of passersby. The natural wood millwork supports the stores wholesome, basic theme. This Wood Crate Pedestal Island Display seen at Whole Foods, Allentown PA.
Wood Slat Pedestals at Polo Ralph Lauren add to the versatility of merchandising at this Ralph Lauren Outlet Store. I don’t guarantee caps inhabited all at the start of the day but if so 2 out of 3 were gone by mid-day. So the pedestal approach to merchandising would seem to work here. CLICK the thumbnail for cap closeup and Wood Slat Pedestals at Polo Ralph Lauren gallery for pedestal views. Scroll down for more Polo Ralph Lauren fixtures.
This Wolford Up-Side-Down Branding Out-Of-Store benefits both the host Department Store and the Brand overall. The approach is simple yet stunning with logo large and unmistakable. European-brand Wolford was not trademarked on the Pedestals, but the name is universally known. Step through the Wolford Up-Side-Down Branding Out-Of-Store gallery of photos below for various zooms. CLICK the thumbnail for closeups of the inimitable Wolford-style hose offerings.
From the rear this looks to be an empty Expanded Metal Cage, while from the front it is an oversize Pedestal or Expanded Metal Display Table. It looks good in situ, but I am puzzled as to the wasted space inside. Why not shelves from the rear? Of hinged access to create Visual Merchandising tableaus inside? Or shuttered storage shelves with screened visual effect overlain? Tour views of the front via the gallery of photos below.
There are at least 4 implementation of identity in this Topman Multi-Level Branding … and maybe more were you to look closely. Step though the gallery of images and see how many you can find. As you move closer, new levels of identity come into view. This Topman Multi-Level Branding seen at Neiman Marcus, The Short Hills Mall, Chatham NJ.
Though in all likelihood not Alexander Wang’s specifically, the Curlycue Metal Pedestal Table Stands does the designer justice by focusing attention on the merchandise. Minimalist the Pedestals fade int the background until you are up close and personal with the display. Curves and curlicues add a flourish of gracefulness to the design in closeup. Step through the gallery of images to consider the outfitting proposition. Curlycue Metal Pedestal part of the decor at Nordstrom.
One you might miss, two less likely, but this Dress Shirt Easel Step-And-Repeat Retail of three with complementary and contrasting colors makes an impression. Or maybe I just liked the raised easels as presentation device. Consider from all angles in the gallery of images. Then follow the outfitting thread further via links immediately below. This Dress Shirt Easel Step-And-Repeat Retail seen at Macy’s Short Hills Mall, NJ.