Next up is an example of a furniture store front for any type of furniture, household or kitchen store strong imagery is essential to selling your products. Shoppers need to learn what it is like to truly live with your product in their life, especially with furniture. So you really need to set the tone as we scroll down the homepage.show more
We see beautifully shot my style imagery with category hatters what’s. So Soden beam does creatively with its category images is that they do not fill these tiles completely with images of furniture. Instead they utilize some white space around each image and include the category text using brand fonts.
This is just one way of displaying categories, but are provides you with a completely different look and feel than the anchor example that we looked at previously. Amazon dictates the sizes of images you can use, but within that space, you completely own that space. So get creative. As we look at the navigation bar, you’ll see that stone and beam has incorporated their logo right into the.
The logo is automatically positioned when you create your store. So there is no flexibility in changing its location or size, whatever page you’re on. When you click on the logo, it’ll bring you back to the home page, just like any other website. One thing to note is that if your logo has a format that is more horizontal, You’ll have to scale it to fit into a 400 by 400 pixel square.
This can result in legibility issues. Since a logo appears quite small on the navigation bar. If you’re a logo doesn’t scale into a square, well, you can always admit the logo in the navigation bar and incorporated into the header image. Instead for those with furniture home decor store. The store makes great use of a stylist picks section.
This is a great way to sub categorize your featured and best-selling products or products you would like to sell together to create a specific look or theme. If we go to the furniture page, we can observe another creative way, how stone and beam uses their content. On the left-hand column, they use lifestyle imagery to notate each category.
On the right hand side, they simply just created an image with text against a white background. It looks clean, professional and functions. Well, when paired next to the lifestyle image, it’s easy to feel the need to automatically fill each content tile with an image showing off your product. You can always just utilize content tiles with text and your brand fonts to create a unique look.
Remember storefronts are the best way to fully display your brand. So get creative overall. We love the way that stone and beam combines their imagery with a simple and minimal layout with clean type buying a furniture online is without a doubt. But when a storefronts feels professional and well-designed one feels more client to make that purchase.