Many of the items I reimagine are placed in my booth space at a local antique mall. I am new to to this as I've only had a space since January 2020 and the store was closed for part of March, all of April, and part of May due to the virus issues. I stop in every few weeks to add items and do a little rearranging. With each season I do a major rearrangment. I feel this is helpful because it makes the booth appear to have all new items. Many times customers will pass by booths without even stopping to look if it appears nothing has changed or moved.
I am still practicing setting up attractive vignettes in my booth. They can be time consuming and difficult if you do not have items that coordinate or many smalls. It is important to do your best with what you have because attractive displays get noticed by customers. The more time a customer spends in your booth the greater chance they will find something they want.
The images below are my set up for Summer 2020.
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