Are you aware of the latest trends to be found at craft fairs this fall? Some of these trends you might recognize as old favorites that keep on going, while others are new to the scene. Whether you’re a craft fair browser or vendor, you’ll definitely want to be on the lookout for these trendy finds.
Are you looking to revamp your craft fair booth, but don’t know what the design should look like? Use any of these trends as inspiration for the perfect space to sell your crafty creations. Even if you’re looking to simply add a special touch or two, these craft fair trends will inspire creativity!
Top Craft Fair Trends – Fall 2015
1) Canvas and Leather Totes
This is definitely the accessory you need this season. We love how this version perfectly emulates the marble designs also found on the wooden bowls from Wind and Willow Home.
Whether they’re transformed into shelving like this example or if they’re used to display anything from pretty scarves to handmade dishtowels, this is the craft booth display item must-have.
3) Succulents & Airplants
Have no fear! Succulents and airplants are definitely still trending for their pop of color and for their hardy dispositions. Another plant on the rise: cactus. Like succulents and airplants, these hard-to-kill plants are making a statement at craft fairs.
4) Touch of Floral or Green
Related to the trendy succulents and airplants, a touch of green or floral is to be seen in almost every craft booth. Colorful vases (or even the merchandise itself) will be seen showing off some brightly-colored blooms.
The combination of industrial aesthetics with glamour is the most eye-catching trend right now. Expect to see glamorous and bling-y accessories displayed on items you would normally associate with construction. The “industrial glam” is both striking and refreshing.
Wood! Everywhere! It’s the hottest material to be found. Whether it’s laser-cut wood jewelry as seen below, craft booth displays, or even fun props, wood is going to be the hottest material for craft fairs. And why aren’t we surprised? It adds an instant rustic appeal that always feels so warm and cozy.