Spring Display Ideas

A new season is right around the corner and now’s the time to change up your displays. So spring into action and freshen up your displays for the season with these great ideas from fellow retailers around the country. Browse the photos below and be sure to check out more inspirational ideas on our Facebook album: http://bit.ly/3cBOfLs

Make shopping easy for your customers by placing your products top to bottom and all-around using a large round table. One can’t help but scroll around to see everything on display. Courtesy of Miners Ace Hardware in Grover Beach, California

Spring is in the air with pops of yellow. The simple addition of the yellow table cloth helps to anchor your display and draws your eye down. Courtesy of DeAnns Country Village Shoppe of Litchfield, Minnesota

Hop on over to check this display out. Create height with shelving from top to bottom. This helps to showcase all products from all angles of the display allowing for maximized exposure. Courtesy of Roost Gift & Home in Eagle, Idaho


Love is all around with this display. Notice the addition of the metal back panel behind the shelf. Seaside Gardens Botanical Garden and Nursery in Carpinteria, California

Colorful accent walls draw your eyes to neutral products and help to attract your customers’ attention. Courtesy of Seaside Gardens Botanical Garden and Nursery in Carpinteria, California

Maximize your space by pushing a table right up against your wall. Here’s an example of a half-round shelving table that is beautifully set up featuring products all around. Also, are you a multi-floor store? Be sure to display your products on the stairs and walls leading up to your 2nd floor. This will help to draw your customer’s attention by fully utilizing that space to showcase additional products. Courtesy of Ya Ya’s Nest of Blanchard, Oklahoma.


Mother’s Day is right around the corner. Set up a display out front with great gift ideas for Moms. Courtesy of OneCoast Atlanta Showroom #1800


Soft cuddles can be found here with the DEMDACO Giving Bear collection. This display features the collection with a table and a floating shelf above, allowing for additional products to be housed. Courtesy of The Market on the Square in Cookeville, Tennessee

Adding crates and varying pedestals to a table will aid in creating height and depth for your display. Courtesy of Two Sparrows in St. Augustine, Florida

Here’s an appealing display using multiple size tables to create a unique vignette. And by hanging the vintage windows creates a divider allowing customers to naturally stop and look down. Courtesy of Mia Sorellas in Saco, Maine