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16
Feb

The design of a flower shop

The design of a flower shop

The essence of a flower shop is in the ergonomics and the way the flowers are displayed. The waiting area should be welcoming and highlight the plants without appearing stacked or messy. Also, the accessories that a customer can buy, in addition to flowers, need to be visible. The sales space needs to be adapted to each season.

Step 1

When arranging the flowers the space gets dirty with soil, water, broken branches, and so the transplants and the compositions need a separate space. Only the beautiful, finished product will be in the customers’ field of vision, and not the messy production process. The design of the flower arrangement should be in direct contact with the refrigerators, where the unused flowers are located, as well as with additional equipment and storage.

Step 2

The position of the showcase – refrigerator must be noticed by the customer as soon as he/she enters the store. Ideal location would be right across from the front door. The wide range of flower species and prices motivates the customer to make their choice. Proper lighting comes to life and brings out the flowers.

Step 3

Shelves along the walls and in the center of the room should not prevent people from crossing. Multiple projections, not crowded, at eye level help the visitor to choose the finished product.

Step 4

Seats and a table with sample books and compositions lined up in the lounge give ideas to the customer. Talks on weddings and funerals can also take place in this area. If the table with the books is high, giving the room height, the customer can flip through it without delay.

Step 5

The reception and payment desk must be at least one part high on the customer’s hands so that he can fill out a card or put a signature on it. The payment space needs to be easily understood but at the same time not prevent other attendees from navigating.

Step 6

The regular change of decoration makes the florist always in the spirit of the season. The store should reflect spring, autumn, Christmas, Easter and Halloween seasons.