People of all ages spend hours building with LEGO® and when all of their hard work is done, they want to proudly display it in the best way possible. But your LEGO® display isn’t just about showing off your build—it can also add a unique touch to your space’s overall décor. Whether you want it front and center in the family room or want to keep it in a safe place in your home office, there are plenty of creative ways to display your LEGO® sets. From large builds to action figures, here are seven creative ways to display your LEGO® treasures.
Living an eco-friendly life has become more important for many of us, including small business owners. In fact, a survey found that 9 out of 10 small-business owners want to recycle, while around three in four have switched to more environmentally friendly products in the past 12 months.
Although both practices are a positive step in the right direction, there is one practice that some retailers might be forgetting about: upcycling. And it is more beneficial to the environment—as well as your bottom line!
One of the biggest decisions when designing your store is choosing its overall aesthetic. And if you’ve chosen to have a more natural vibe throughout the space, then wooden displays are perfect for you. And fortunately, shopPOPdisplays has an assortment of wooden display options that can fit any of your retail needs.
No matter if you’re a commissioned artist or like to dabble in some artistic hobbies in your spare time, there’s no denying that your creative flow can be completely influenced by your environment. Imagine having a break-through idea and not being able to bring it to fruition because you spent too much time rummaging for misplaced art supplies. In order to maximize your creative potential regardless of your medium, it’s crucial to keep your creative space organized. In this blog post, we will explore the importance of maintaining an organized workspace and introduce you to a range of shopPOPdisplays products designed to streamline and tidy up your art supplies.
People collect rare books for a myriad of reasons. Sometimes for historical significance, sometimes for aesthetic appeal, sometimes as an investment, and other times just out of intellectual curiosity. No matter the case, it’s necessary to properly store or display rare books to preserve their value. Here, we offer practical tips for book collectors who want to preserve and showcase their valuable books.
When selling merchandise online, it’s crucial to have impressive photos of your products to entice the customer to make a purchase. There are plenty of ways to create professional product photos and help products stand out. Case in point: ShopPOPdisplay’s selection of acrylic risers and block risers. These items can bring your product photography to the next level and help your business rise above the competition.
As marijuana becomes legal in states around the United States, new cannabis dispensaries are opening almost weekly. In fact, cannabis is the fastest-growing industry in the country, with the industry projected to add around $155 billion to the American economy by 2026. In addition, retail cannabis sales in the U.S. are on pace to reach more than $52 billion by the end of 2026.
Spring is on the way and that is good news for retailers around the country. While the holidays might be prime shopping time, many stores see a slowdown during the rest of the winter. The milder weather and longer days of spring encourage shoppers to get out of the house and start stocking up for the warmer months. With that in mind, it is the perfect time to give your store a refreshing spring display so that you can attract more customers and boost springtime sales.
Did you know that most Americans now live within 10 miles of a craft brewery? It’s true. The beer industry has skyrocketed over the past 5 to 10 years and as the competition has risen, so has the need for breweries to differentiate themselves. That means creating beers that people want to drink but also creating a brewery experience that keeps people coming back. In this post, we look at various brewery displays that you can use to build a better brewery experience.
With COVID-19 restrictions behind us and travel booming, Uber and Lyft rides have risen back to 2019 levels. In fact, monthly active users on Uber’s apps surged 14 percent and revenue from the rideshare segment rose 73 percent in the third quarter.
Yet even as travelers return to rideshares’ convenience, many expect safety precautions to be kept in place—not just to prevent the spread of Covid (and other airborne illnesses), but also for their own privacy. And of course, rideshare companies are also concerned with the well-being of their drivers. The result: Rideshare services continue to use the car sneeze guards and driver partitions that were put up during the pandemic.