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Are you frustrated with your boutique outgrowing its space?  Or perhaps you feel like your business would do a lot better if you just had the room to carry the inventory that you would like to.  A lot of boutique owners face the problem of little to no extra space.  That is why it is extremely important for each boutique owner to work with their own inventory and resources to maximize space without overcrowding their boutiques.  Use these professional tips for doubling or tripling the inventory in your store, without upgrading.  You can give your customers the room to shop that they crave while creating eye-catching displays in a fraction of the time for a fraction of the cost.  Sound to good to be true?  Read on!

1)  A store full of shelves and garment racks can get extremely crowded.  Customers are put off by the clutter and it takes away from the unique charm that your boutique should have.  Creating interesting displays is a great way to give your boutique some personality.  However, many store owners find that bulky displays take away the room that they need to carry any kind of inventory.  People are then turned off by the fact that even when they find what they like, you are unlikely to have their size or the color that they are looking for.  Fixing this problem can make a huge difference in your customer base, the look of your store, and your bottom line.

2)  Slatwall is considered to be one of the most effective products ever invented for the retail world.  Slatwall helps you to take advantage of your vertical space without detracting from the atmosphere of your store.  Slatwall comes in a wide variety of colors and finishes, so it can add to your décor or simply fade into the background making your inventory the star of the show.

3)  Another great thing about slatwall is its flexibility.  You can change and update your wall displays as often as you like with incredible ease and quickness.  Simply move slatwall accessories, such as shelving, hanging bars, hooks, and other helpful hardware wherever you want it on your wall.  Create spiraling displays that feature your best products in a snap.  Not only are these types of displays a smart use of space, but they can be seen from far away, attracting customers to different areas of your store.

4)  Use slatwall panels to create free-standing displays that feature your accessories and other items.  Creating a good texture palate on your sales floor keeps it interesting while informing your guests of what types of products you carry.


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About the Author: Ron Maier is the Vice President of S & L Store Fixtures, a leading online resource for retail displays, including mannequins, dress mannequin forms, female mannequins, gridwall and slatwall store fixtures. For more information, please visit

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This article was published on 2011/05/03