3rd December 2009
When you choose exhibition tables for the purpose of
displaying pieces or products for your business, there is actually a great deal
to consider. You need the right display option, for the right pieces, and if
you fail to select the right display furnishing, your piece will not stand out,
or it won’t look as well to potential customers as it should. Here are some
things that you really need to consider carefully.
large are your pieces? The width, depth, height, and weight must all be
considered before you choose a table. The table cannot be too small or too
large for the piece, as this will typically not get you the display
results that you want. Never go with the old adage that as long as it is
large enough, it is suitable. Furnishing that is too large really doesn’t
work any better than furnishings that are too small.
the style of the exhibition tables agree with the style of your display
pieces? If you have a piece that is technical in nature, with a technical
outer design, and you try to display it using colonial style furnishing,
you won’t reach your display goal. If you have a technical piece, it needs
to be displayed on techno style furniture. If you have a beautiful wood
piece, it would look silly displayed on techno furniture. Make sure that
the styles match.
you require any lighting features? Some tables have special lighting
features, where light can shine on your display piece from the bottom,
from the top, or from the other angles. Often, light makes the piece look
even better – and sometimes it doesn’t. Consider your display piece
carefully, as well as the venue setting, to determine whether you require
lighting features with your tables.
many exhibition tables do you require? If you have numerous pieces to
display, you do not necessarily need to have a separate display for each
piece. Some tables are multi-tiered, allowing you to display several like
pieces on one table, at different heights. Make absolutely sure, however,
that numerous pieces on one table will be suitable for your purposes
before going with this option. Otherwise, get a separate table for each
piece, providing that there is room in the venue.
much exhibition space do you have available? While you must consider the
size of the pieces that you will display to choose the furnishings that
you will use, you must also consider the amount of space that is available
in your venue. You need to allow room for the furnishings, as well as room
for movement of individuals to protect your pieces and to prevent guests
and potential customers from feeling crowded and closed in.
are many, many options when it comes to exhibition tables, so no matter what
you need to display, or what you hope to accomplish with that display, you can
find the right display furnishings to suit your needs and reach your display
goals. It just takes a little thought and consideration.