For many, home decor is a luxury, not a necessity. How you present and promote your products in a way that not only differentiates from the competition, but convinces people that they should buy them requires going the extra mile. By using a variety of strategies to developing your brand, you should be able to sell your quality home décor products. When selling home decor, presentation is everything. To sell decor at a competitive price, you must provide the illusion of luxury.
A cobalt blue vase sitting on an Eames-style sidebar looks much better than the same vase sitting on a shelf with a hodgepodge of other similar products. Give your home décor items as much space as possible, and frame them with complementary items, rather than multiples of the same. This will help your customer imagine how the item will lend her house a similar panache. The same holds true if you are selling home decor online.
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You’ll need to take professional quality photos of your home décor products. Place the items in a setting with complementary and equally attractive items, or photograph them alone, against a sophisticated plain backdrop. The lighting should be excellent. Everything surrounding your product should be of excellent quality.
Instead of price stickers, have tags printed that tell the story of how the product was conceived and produced. Have attractive bags and tissue paper in your shop, or ship things out well-wrapped with a signature sticker and card. You need to set your home decor products apart from the others being sold.
The birthday venue is home turf, and you have to rustle up a theme and some visuals to put everybody in a party mood. Champagne, oysters and candlelight won’t do for a kids’ party. That takes some theatrical skills, an eye for color the brighter the better and a hefty dose of imagination, an unusual focal point, an engage-the-unruly-guests activity, or a talent for doing a lot with a little to save your budget and the day.
Don’t settle for a balloon default as tie-on-the-special-birthday-chair decor. Highlight the prince or princess with a clever wall hanging you can redeploy to the nursery or playroom after the party. A long straight branch, painted or left natural, is the “curtain rod” for a waterfall of colored paper; hang it on invisible fishing line from two small eye hooks in the ceiling to avoid extra holes in the wall. This is best home decor for birthday.
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Fold brightly patterned and foil origami squares point to point to make triangles. Stitch about 40 triangles into a continuous strand on your sewing machine, leaving a good length of thread at the start for tying on the tree limb. Space each triangle and sew them into a strand points down to avoid jamming the machine. Tie strands of colored triangles along the branch to make the waterfall and hang it behind the birthday celebrant’s place at the table.
Conscript a handful of volunteers to donate their hot air to a great balloon blowup before the party. An air compressor is faster and easier if you have access to one you’ll need a lot of balloons. Choose balloons in party decor colors and tie them on strings to make long strands; weave two or more of the strands together to make a braided garland. Curve the garland into an arch around the entry to the party room, using low adhesive or double stick tape.