Spice up your displays this pumpkin season.
Fall is almost here, and the colors of the surroundings are gradually turning into beautiful warm colors. After stocking up on autumn-worthy jewelry pieces, it's time to think about how you should showcase your wholesale fashion jewelry. Attract more customers with your in-season jewelry displays.
Here are four simple hacks to re-create the beautiful season of fall in your display.
Use earth tones
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Purchase displays that are in the hues of brown, red, orange, and yellow. Displays made of aged wood is also a good choice as it gives a rustic feel. Choose chocolate and gold jewelry pieces for this type as it makes the pieces stand out. Gemstone jewelry looks great on earthy displays too as it recreates a natural environment.
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Incorporate Mother Nature into your displays. Get autumn leaves. Get twigs or small branches. Use these to place your featured jewelry pieces. Logs or driftwood can be used to hang necklaces and earrings. For added nature feel, fill mason jars with small branches and sprinkle a bit of gold glitter.
Get a dark backdrop and get warm lighting
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Autumn is all about dark bold colors. To make your display stand out, a black backdrop is the perfect one to use. Get fairy lights in both cool white and warm white bulbs. Don't forget the main lamps; they should also have warm white bulbs. Avoid using fluorescent lights as these are too bright. You don't want your display to look uninteresting.
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Pumpkins scream Halloween. These are perfect props for Halloween craft fairs or for your jewelry display for the whole month of October. You can also use cut-out pumpkin silhouettes as your earring holders, or pumpkin-shaped tags.
Got more autumn display ideas? Feel free to share in the comments below!