With summer peeking just around the corner it's time to think about craft shows! Besides my endless hours of crafting I have ahead of me (oy!), I've been brainstorming new ways to freshen up my booth! I've really been enjoying searching pinterest for fun display idea and even started my own board for inspiration! Hooray for the internet and its endless inspiration! Although I am already quite pleased with my set up I've got so far, I seem to keep expanding the products I want to sell and need to start thinking vertically! Sure the table space may be limited, but the sky isn't! I'd really like to come up with a stable, easy to transport, and interesting way to add a little more height for display and think these stacked boxes from Apartment Therapy might be the perfect solution:
Aren't they neat?I love the painted and stacked box idea and although I wouldn't go for black (more likely wood tone, white, or cream), I really like this idea. Plus all the boxes stack together for easy travel and can be picked up at craft stores! I haven't actually checked on their availability at Michaels yet...but if all else fails I do have one handy Fraser kicking around who I am sure could manage this project. Perhaps it would be fun to just make wooden square frames (minus the bottom of the box/the back) to you could get a little more light in there and clamp the cubes together for a little added stability. The hooks are a totally sweet idea and despite a few minor details, I'm sure I could modify this baby to make it work! What do you think? Any other suggestions for a more successful use of vertical space on a craft table?