The Beauty of Circular Bins

Circular Bins

Circular Bins CloseUp AuxTo me the beauty of circular bins lies in their rounded nature and ability to naturally direct traffic around themselves. Even an actual collision is far more likely to be a glancing blow. When the rounded surface becomes difficult to read (as in the red liveried bin at right) this design augments promotional capability with a flat surfaced sign above. CLICK the thumbnail for a closeup view.

For Circular Display by Title see…
VitaminWater® Color-Coded Cooler
The Beauty of Circular Bins
Retail Eye Candy Whatsit?
9 Bins Cover 40º of Arc
Gumballs in Modern Merchandising
Erica Lyons® Ring Around the Rosie
Roundtabled Samplers
Painter’s Palette of Samples
Cake Stand Markets Fragrances
Jewelry Retails from Tabletop
Blue Chinese Porcelain Pedestals in Bell Jar

For all Circular Display resources see…
Circular Display Pinterest Board“ visual summary
Circular Display Index Page” for all resources

Circular Display Pinterest Board for FixturesCloseUp

For Red Fixtures resources see…
Red Fixtures Pinterest Board“ for a visual summary.
Red Fixtures Index Page” for all resources and links

Red Fixtures in Retail Pinterest Board as FixturesCloseUp

For Blue Fixtures resources see…
Blue Fixtures Pinterest Board“ for a visual summary.
Blue Fixtures Index Page” for all resources and links

Blue Fixtures In Retail Pinterest Board Fixtures Close Up

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2 thoughts on “The Beauty of Circular Bins

  1. There’s a certain purity to circular bins. I like to think that if everything could be merchandised this way then brands, retailers and possibly consumers would rejoice.

    For every convoluted retail display ramrodded through the system by a misguided, overly zealous sales or marketing manager who thinks all their product ills will be solved via an “innovative” new display replete with monitors, floor graphics and LED’s, there is a circular dump bin of $2.99 DVDs that people primitively hunt and peck through like refugees fresh off of a boat somewhere.

    The first questions before starting any retail display project should be: “do we really need a display? Can we just put the stuff on the floor and open the box? Will a giant open bin suffice?”

    Cheers for keeping it real un-loved circular bin.

  2. Thanks for a very professional commentary and review. I maintain several threads on curved, circular and round carousel fixtures under the INDEX PAGE and PINTEREST BOARD menus above. They may give you something to do on a rainy day. Enjoy, Chris. 🙂

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