Ways to Maximize a Small Jewelry Store Space

Limited space shouldn't hold you back from getting a beautiful jewelry display.

Smiling woman behind the check out counter of a jewelry shop

If you are a startup jewelry business, your space is probably not as big as the ones Pandora and Tiffany have. You shouldn't bother, though, as a small area still has advantages. It is much easier to maintain and damage. And of course, you can easily change your store's jewelry display every season.

Now, you're wondering how you can beautify such a limited shop space. No worries, because today, we are going to give you five tips on how you can maximize a small jewelry store space.

1. Go for a minimalist theme.

White brick wall and a plant in a pot

Having a minimalist theme means that you have much more space to spare. Use minimal decor, paint your walls with monochrome colors, and use a few pieces of furniture. Chairs are really not a necessity as customers do not need to sit while trying on jewelry. Focus on tables and shelves and other furniture that can hold your items for sale.

2. Hang a large mirror.

Round wall mirror with a reflection of the photographer

Large wall mirrors give a dual purpose to a small shop. One is aesthetics; they give the illusion of having wider and larger spaces. And of course, another purpose is that they allow your customers to see how your jewelry items look on them.

3. Use space-saving jewelry displays.

Wooden Necklace Holder Jewelry Display Bust Stand from Nile Corp

Instead of using bulky displays, go with a jewelry display that can hold multiple pieces. The best examples are the easel stands because they do not take much space and can hold many pieces. This type of display is also very easy to set up and store, making them ideal for trade and craft shows as well.

4. Use your walls.

Metal Heart Shaped Wall Mounted Hooks Coat Rack from NileCorp.com

Consider utilizing your walls for display. You can use wall-mounted metal hooks as a necklace display, and wall racks for other jewelry pieces. Make sure though that they are installed at eye-level heights, as making them too high or too low will be inconvenient for your customers.

5. Make sure there's still space for moving around.

Interior of a small jewelry shop

Lastly, you have to make sure that customers can still move around your shop. People will lose interest to check out your jewelry if the place is too cramped and cluttered. That said, make sure that your furniture is strategically placed in corners and edges or in the middle.


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