As a reminder, these 2 sections are not pipe and drape sections, so this will change the overall look of the booths in general. These 2 sections are also quite a bit more costly per square foot than some of the other sections of the show.
Here are a few booths that caught my eye:
Here is a little booth I spotted while walking around Accent on Design. I normally would never snap a shot of a booth if the exhibitor is not around, but since this was the last morning of the show and since I only had really nice things to say about it...I took a chance! Hope you don't mind Tedde!
Again, in my opinion, here is a perfect example of simple and clean!
The company logo clearly visible, the products displayed on these chunky looking blocky shelves (LOVE THIS!) and the overall feel of the booth is soft yet sophisticated and elegant, without being unapproachable, which is also very important in my opinion.
This booth says, "Hey, I'm hip, I'm hot and I want you to come in and check me out!" They even put up this cute little Back Soon sign, right in line with their look! Nice work Tedde!
Right across the aisle from Lovell was another Canadian company called Pi'lo. I have to say, out of all the booths in the Studio section of the show that actually used the supplied stretched canvas walls, this one was one of the best! It looked fantastic and blended with Heather's line beautifully. Every time I walked past this booth I wanted to go in and look, or curl up and have a relaxing little snooze. It was soft, serene, soothing and so pretty! Simple wooden shelving, bamboo matting for the floor, a white console that tied in with wicker drawers and a white standing shelves. Heather kept the palette neutral, soft and natural, the result was a unified booth with a real feel to it, not just products lining shelves. http://www.pilo.ca/
more to come....stay tuned...