Window shopping

Baum, Stephanie
March 2005
Cabinet Maker;3/18/2005, Issue 5430, p41
Trade Publication
Discusses the need for planning in designing effective window displays for furniture retailers in Great Britain. Importance of a good window display to draw customers inside; Important criteria in window design; Other consideration involved such as designing a signage; Experience of several furniture stores in having a good environment surrounding their stores.


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