Sunday, 17 June 2012

Wychbury Wunderkammers & Shop Display Ideas

I have a few small cupboards lying around that I thought would be perfect for 'Del Boy' style Wychbury showcases. I love the idea of turning up somewhere and opening the cupboards and selling Wychbury Victorian street style out of a box! Realistically I've converted them for some of our Wychbury stockists.
It has been proven to us time and time again that our work sells much better when grouped together rather than randomly scattered in amongst other people's work. (fondly known by Paula & I as Carrots Handbags Cheese)

This is a nice way of preventing that happening I think! (Also fits nicely in with practicing what I preach in my job. Reuse! Recycle!)
We first tried to prevent this happening when exhibiting at Created In Birmingham quite a few years ago with a pin board & then at We Are Birmingham using a wooden display shelf that my Dad had made.

    Pin Board 2010

Shelf Display 2010


Anyhoo, the first new Wychbury Wunderkammer is an Antique wooden cupboard bought from a junk shop in St Just Cornwall for a tenner quite a few years ago, now newly lined with navy felt. The second a wooden box, maybe a tool or art box rescued from a skip! Also given the felt treatment. I think the second box could do with a coat of paint, but I'm quite pleased with how they look. My favourite Wychbury display however is my antique hymn board, but I don't think I could part with that no matter how good it would look in a shop! L xxx

Antique Wooden Box 2012




Wooden Art/Tool Box 2012

Hymn Board 2010

Wychbury shop display, originally uploaded by Wychbury.

4 comments:

Ailsa (Topaz Magpie Jewellery) said...

I love your displays - as well as your products!

As an aside, I've nominated your blog for a Versatile Blogger award - my latest blog post is all about it! x

Tessies Hearts said...

Oooooh love these displays!! Will definitely be following your blog :-)

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Steph said...

Wow! You're so right, the Wychbury goodies look SO completely irresistable displayed together that way.. I can't decide which I like best, but think the felt-lined cabinet. Creates a really strong 'feeling' around your work.

I think it doesn't matter how gorgeously scrumptious someone's stuff is .. you still need to put thought into displaying it. The year my leaf pendants did best at craft shows was when I went out and collected a massive bag full of conkers, leaves, acorns and seedpods and pushed them in amongst it all in a big basket. It caught people's eye and imagination!

Warm wishes to you .. wore my maple leaf hairpin today :-)

aliah said...

Good display is good way of increases your product sales. good display is extremely important for your retail business. i like your display of your products. looking good.
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