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Retail has been around for a long time, and if there is one thing we know, there are many different approaches when it comes to interior design of your store. However, there are also some common design strategies that can be used by all retailers, whether small or large scale OEMs, to generate more sales in their stores.
The interior design of a store is a topic that we have recently been interested in helping retailers succeed and thrive in today's digital age. Details play a vital role when it comes to retailing; from presenting your brand story and creating immersive experiences, to setting up dazzling storefronts and key signage. And we would like to share the basic knowledge on this subject.
Finding where you are going to place your checkout counter and POS system in a physical store can be difficult, and you could even spend days thinking about it, but not getting there to make a decision. However, a good rule of thumb to remember is that the crate should be placed at a natural stopping point in the buying experience you have deliberately created or designed.
So, if your customers turn naturally to the right when they enter, and you have managed to ensure that they continue their visit following the circular path that you have set up, you will realize that the area to the left or opposite is probably the ideal location to place your checkout counter. However, this decision also depends on the size and layout of the store itself, which means that you will need to use your intuition to determine the most natural location to set up your cash counter.
You should also keep in mind that if you manage your store alone or if you do not have staff, it will be important to be able to keep an eye on your merchandise, and see everything from where you will be installed to be able to prevent losses. Some other tips to keep in mind when designing your checkout counter are:
· Have a checkout counter that is big enough so that customers can put their bags and / or belongings there.
· Take advantage of the wall behind the counter to create interesting and engaging displays.
· Encourage impulses or last-minute purchases by storing nearby items that customers love or need.
· Be courteous in person by asking questions like "Did you manage to find everything you were looking for? And when you make clarifications regarding your exchange and refund policies.
The design of your store interior is an ever-evolving process where you can constantly change, modify, add, or remove items to create an optimized customer experience and journey. At the end of the day, here's exactly what you should focus on: the customer journey, which you should constantly test and optimize. Take a little test yourself, and take a walk to see where visual cues guide you; or encourage your staff, friends, or family members to do the same and give you an honest opinion. Finally, observe your customers and identify what attracts them, what they avoid, and how they move; then take this into account to integrate it into your interior design. If you are attentive,