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Visual Merchandising by Tony Morgan

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Designing a window display

A simple, hand-drawn sketch that can then incorporate color and texture will give you an idea of the overall look of your window design. This particular layout is an example of pyramid grouping (see page 70).

Having chosen the merchandise, the theme, and the props, there are a few simple preparations a visual merchandiser needs to make to ensure that the window installation process goes smoothly.

Sketch

The first stage in designing a window is to sketch a proposed layout. Professionals will make a rough plan of how they want the finished window to look. These rough drawings are often not to scale, but they reassure the ...

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