Winter crafts shows are so important because it’s not only the busy season, but it’s the season of giving. Many craft booth owners will spruce up their booths with various Christmas decorations in order to attract more eyes, and in effect, attracting more gift-buying customers. You can stand out from the rest as well with help from these inspiring craft booth designs!
Should you decorate your craft booth for the holiday season? How much should you invest in decorations? This is all up to you, but it doesn’t hurt to have your craft booth mirror the joy of the holiday season with some carefully chosen decorations. This post might even inspire you to get into the holiday mood and to get crafting!
These craft booth designs have us really inspired with tons of fresh holiday decorating ideas. Don’t want to look like all the rest? This list will inspire you to create a craft booth design that not only complements your store’s image, but also puts a spin on traditional decorations. You might be surprised, a well-decorated craft booth for the holidays could improve your overall craft fair experience!
The BEST Christmas Craft Booth Inspiration
1.) This craft fair booth proves that a little holiday decor goes a long way. You shouldn’t let your holiday decorations overpower your booth and your merchandise.
2.) Looking at this craft booth design has us dreaming of a white Christmas! The white trees and garland are a fresh, bright take on traditional holiday decor for craft fairs.
3.) Lights, lights, lights! Casually laid out, these Christmas lights aren’t too invasive, and they complement the thrifty craft booth design.
4.) Don’t want to take up valuable space with a Christmas tree? Opt-out for a neat tapestry instead. Something about a tapestry makes a space feel so cozy!
5.) Add a bit of fuzz to your booth with some faux fur. This is a luxe, yet rustic decor detail that adds texture and reminds us of a cozy-ING up by the fire. Use it sparingly for just a hint of softness here and there.
6.) Sometimes, all you need is a little evergreen. Instead of hanging your evergreen garlands up high like everybody else, incorporate this Christmas decor staple in a new way.