Some more favorite booths from the National Stationery Show! Now, we weren’t there to judge booths, and we didn’t even get pictures of all of our favorite booths. But of the photos we took, these are the ones that stood out to me as being either the cleanest or most colorful.
The map wall in the Indie Olive booth was so well done. The thoughtful placement of the state prints made people interested and the fireplace and mantel were a perfect touch.
The 1canoe2 booth had such an array of products, all with that perfectly 1canoe2 feel. The wall calendar hangers, paper flowers, and perfectly organized displays made you want to browse.
Snow & Graham
The colorful products and patterned fabric drapery made the Snow & Graham booth so cheery and cozy. It felt just like we’d walked into a real Snow & Graham shop.
Sea & Lake Paper Co.
These cheerful colors and painted wall went perfectly with the cards, drawing you in, but not distracting you. The well considered layout made it easy to picture their products in your shop.
Wow, this heart wall! The framed prints and furnishings and this wall required a closer look.
Amy’s booth was all about the details, and we love that our brand identity design for her has inspired such creative design from her. We particularly liked the cutting board stands that fitted the outlines of each state.
Lake & Loft
I liked the booths that created architectural details and used furniture to make their booths more than just a box. Lake & Loft’s textured walls and feature card wall made it feel like a little shop.
Fox & Fallow
The greenery at the top of the Fox & Fallow booth was wild and gorgeous, and the black wall showed off her chalkboard prints so well.
Shipshape Collective Freebie
14 stationery companies shared their own trade show packing lists with us, and we’ve compiled it into a master list.