Whilst I was wandering down Marylebone High St the other week i happened to look down a side street and noticed a lovely side hanging sign. So off I went to have a look and I found this amazing cheese store called La Fromagerie. This is a hidden gem of as store not just because of the amazing products; but for me because of the way the store has been designed.
Take a look at this selection of photos and then click on the link to their website.
Last year we were invited to help set up the Cairnie Fruit farm store. They are a seasonal fruit farm and shut the store over the winter and then set it up ready for the new season.
We planed and implemented the fixture layout and merchandised the products to create strong displays.
They were 38% up on the same period the year before so we were invited back this year to do the same.
Here are some photos of the store set up and the merchandising.
This is a photo of the farm store from a previous season before we started setting up and merchandising the store.
This is the seasonal Easter entrance display before and after we merchandised it.
This shows the main area of the store again before and after merchandising
We love using old apple crates, they are so handy to use as fixtures, here we have used them to create a wall unit to house gardening products
More apple crates used alongside garden furniture to create a display leading you out into their garden
These old pieces of furniture were found around the farm, they work really well as a display set to house their fresh eggs and related products.
More old furniture this time being used to create a book and stationery display.
And finally old furniture even looks great with children’s toys on them.
As you know we champion recycling, renewing and reinventing on this blog.
One of the most versatile things to use for all three is the good old crate be it Apple, wine or bottle. Crates come in all shapes, sizes and ages and have been used by retailers for years.
Here are some great examples of what people have done with them.