Moen® simplifies your life by grouping matching Shower Fixtures on a single displayer for instant selection as a group. No more fretting about what Shower Head will look good with what Faucet with what Controller. Step through gallery of image rotations to see rear construction details. I might have set braces back from edge to increase Dropshadow and Dimensional effects, but that’s just me second guessing.
If s single brand of bath or kitchen outfitting does not offer enough variety, consider a multi-brand display like this for faucets. A single subdued sink bowl in acrylic communicates ultimate item use. Brands displayed include Pfister®, Delta®, and AquaSource®. But you could also display style variations within a single brand. See how it works in the gallery of images. The customer advantage is easy comparison of styles and solutions.
All bath fixture manufacturers supply Slatwall displays, but I review this approach because it employs a separate standard Slatwall Backplate that could be used for the whole line of displays no matter what the item. As long as the display approach includes an appropriate platform, this Backplate can be attached. Less cost and customization of display is required if the Slatwall Backplate can be the same across your line. Consider the concept via the gallery of images below. Know that Moens® in-store outreach does extend beyond standardized solutions. Follow the Moen® brand via links farther down the page.
Long-handled Backscrubber offerings here include bristles, sponges, and Bath Pouf heads all Scan Hooked. Nice to group them all but differentiating the head types would aid merchandising and give shoppers a choice. Use of more “negative space” between the facings and less jumbled organization would be a first step. But think creatively. How about presenting on a diagonal, with upper and lower Display Hooks holding at an angle? Or presenting head-up-handle-down hung between Dual-Prong Utility Hooks? First step through the gallery of images of this use. Then scroll down for other bath merchandising and compare to Hammer Merchandising fixtures and concepts.
Clear Acrylic Shelf Edge Dividers and Front Productstop are used to created narrow Binning for Bathery® brand Bath Poufs. Apparently the retailer finds it advantageous to segregate by color into separate facings rather than one huge Bin of assorted hues. See that occasionally customers ignore the color categorization and replace poufs in the wrong lane. Step through various views in the gallery of images. Then follow Bath Poufs below for other outfitting and merchandising ideas.
A tiered, circular rack seems almost custom made to display sets of wash cloths in the round. Even the clear Productstop curves and are sized not to restrict view of the product in the least. Ribbon-tied, each bundle was a 6-count. So now we know the the extent of the “parent sheet” for wash cloths. It would seem just about right for recycling and repurposing small towels, which maybe wash clothes were in their previous life? Step through the thumbnail and gallery for various views.
Save on visually merchandising in the Bath Department by eliminating mannequin hair pieces all together. Wrap a towel around each head and simulate followup to shower and shampoo. See that the hand towel and head wrap match. I might have chosen something other than plain white for the body wrap, but them maybe that color bridges the gap to storewide white sales. What do you think? CLICK the thumbnail for overview.
A towel-filled tub bridges the divide between heavily stocked Kitchen and Cookware Department (far side) and Bath Softgoods (near side). The oversize prop creates a respite from solidly stacked shelves and anonymous piles of towels and wash clothes. A Claw-Foot Tub might be more traditional, but this split pedestal base says traditional with a modern twist. CLICK the gallery for various views. A centerstore watering hole for towel needs.
Many Bath Showrooms include miniatures of sinks, toiletes and bathtubs, sometimes filled with Mints as a shopper treat. This miniature bathtub is among the most detailed seen because of its miniature faucets. But Bath Showroom Point-of-Purchase it is not, rather a Jewelry Cup for Boudoir dresser. CLICK the thumbnail and gallery for extended views. Scroll down for more miniatures including miniature tubs.
If displaying all your faucet offerings on one level display islands proves too cluttered and distracting, maybe stair-stepping them is an answer. I won’t advise you yes or no, rather let you assess this attempt. Step through the thumbnail and gallery to inspect closely and from alternate angles. Then compare with alternate faucet display immediately below. Oh, and the heading leapt to mind based upon Led Zeppelin’s famous “Stairway to Heaven.” I don’t know exactly why a facet stairway would trigger that memory, but there it is.
Though not the height of fashion, few things are as comfy as plush towels after soothing bath or shower. These mannequins do demonstrate that the towels can at least ride the latest color trends, if you so choose. Step through the gallery for various zooms, CLICK the thumbnail to see that the mannequins are bare-ass naked below the waist. Seen at JCPenney.
After you luxuriate in a bubble bath, maybe you can imagine luxuriating in a tub full of plush bath towels. JCPenney® helps you imagine the feat, and can supply all the towels necessary if you want to pursue the experience. CLICK the thumbnail for a draped mannequin on its way to the bath towel tub. See the mannequin is wireform below the waist.
It wasn’t seen for the the Fourth of July. It wasn’t Memorial Day. Not even Labor Day. But this Bed Bath & Beyond® went all out with the Stars and Stripes anyway. Maybe some bit of local news motivated the display. In any event it was nice to see. And it gave me a post to run near a Patriotic Holiday when needed, which is where you find it. CLICK the thumbnail ofr a view of the runup to the cash wrap.
Delta, famous for faucets, now gets you coming and going with this Branded designer Toilet Paper Holder. At first I was inspecting the display Branding … Delta Logo on lozenge-shape gloss surface against a field of duller, mat black material. When your name is FixturesCloseUp, details like this matter. But well-thought-out design extended to the Toilet Paper Holder itself, which opens in an intriguing fashion … a far more intriguing, articulated fashion than my flat, two-dimensional photos show. If the point-of-purchase aspects don’t interest you, I nevertheless urge you to visit your local Kitchen and Bath Showroom to consider the Toilert paper Holder. Nice job in all respects, Delta.
Ferguson® is a plumbing retail brand is known in all 50 states. Want some of the best in trendy or traditional; bathrooms, you can’t go wrong to browse a Ferguson showroom. Subtle yet effective branding is found scattered throughout the store with Ferguson branded towels and washcloths. A plush terry cloth robe or two might have furthered the cause. CLICK theough the gallery to zoom in on the subtle use of Ferguson logos.
If a chocolate on the Hotel pillow is good form, then maybe so is a Ferguson® Mint for the Bath. And quite apropos for the watery environment as they are Life Savers® brand. Ferguson is famous in the northeast for Bath and Kitchen outfitting. Here they graciously offer an in-store treat, but not without ulterior motive. See that your hand must stray dangerously close to the Ferguson take-along brochure and business cards. Clever lure those Ferguson Bath Mints. CLICK the thumbnail for alternate view.
Tracing its history back to 1873, this is one, motherless, in-depth backstory to the Kohler® brand. This history of innovation and generations of success reinforce the already significant reputation of Kohler in the Showroom. Just be sure to use this approach as background to the main proposition … the presentation and sale of the fixtures themselves. Even a fascinating timeline history should not reduce point-of-purchase selling space.