Monday, 10 September 2012

How to display accessories?

1. For wall displays, follow these guidelines
A.      Place the heaviest objects at the bottom of your display.
B.      Your overall composition should have a rough shape or form.
C.     Keep space between objects to a minimum so items are visually related.
D.     Vary the sizes, shapes, textures and colors used in a group.
E.       Keep the center of your grouping at eye level.
Displays placed over sitting areas are generally placed lower on the wall so they are visible when people are seated.
2. For table top displays, Follow these guideline
A.      Compose your display so that one item dominates.
B.      Make sure items are appropriate in size and scale for the surface. Avoid items that are too big or heavy, or so small they get lost.
C.     Odd numbers work better than even numbers 3 or 5 objects will work better than 2 or 4.
D.     Unify a collection of small objects by placing them on a tray.
E.       Place objects close enough together so that they are visually related. For example, Don’t spread 3 objects out on a cocktail table, group them together.

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