I have been neglecting my back room of the large booth.
In fact I have not changed it since moving in two years ago.
I decided to bring in big collections from my personal stash.
Like three dozen folding rulers, door plates, and hundreds of keys.
Chucks helped me hang five panels of white pegboard around the space to hang baggies of stuff.
I switched around the shelving to create more of a square space instead of a long rectangle.
The lattice covers a piece of paneling separating one storage area from another.
There were huge piles of stock to climb over while working.
The Mount Everest of Junk!
I decided to go ahead and move my white crates out into the main space.
These will become in a few weeks my crate Christmas tree.
I am collecting odds and ends to package and sell.
In place of the white crates, I used a couple of small tables to corral Christmas.
I used white lace curtain panels to cover the concrete firewall.
Hung pegboard on the back of my large cubby which faces my office area.
The crates of books face the doorway into the back room.
Since I moved them from the left side, the books have been selling.
I rotate sets of books from the main space to the back space from time to time.
More Christmas on the side wall.
I should have taken a photo of how dark and crowded it was before the change.
It is lighter and brighter and organized for optimum shopping.
There is about a third more stock in the back room though it appears emptier.
Some customers thought I had made it bigger.
Pegboard is useful for items needing flat places.
Just hang them up!
As for the stack of crates I removed - they are being used as a fall display.
It took about ten hours over three days for the booth boost to be completed.
Totally worth it!
How do you refresh your booth space?