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Booth Layouts for a 10x10 Space

Welcome to Vertical Ledge's guide on 10x10 booth layout options and best practices, watch the full Youtube video here. When it comes to creating an eye-catching and functional booth at events, ditching the standard table setup can go a long way in creating a more engaging and memorable experience for visitors. In this blog post, we'll explore various booth layout options and best practices that can help you achieve a retail or boutique-like atmosphere in your pop-up or exhibition display. With these tips and tricks, you'll be able to create a space that not only showcases your products but also encourages visitors to engage with your brand.

Booth Layout Options

Here are some booth layouts to try…

Option 1

  • The DCXL is a peg-board display that takes advantage of vertical space and acts as a wall by blocking out distractions at open booths.
  • The Cart has adjustable shelves for storage and can hold small to medium displays on top.
  • This layout is an example of a walk-up booth rather than a walk-through.

Option 2 

  • This U-shaped layout takes advantage of all that 10x10 space and creates a walk-through experience.
  • The Aframe 1.0 takes advantage of vertical and horizontal space for larger products or a high volume of inventory.
  • The Cart acts as an interactive check-out space for vendors to greet customers.
  • The DCXL has plenty of product space and acts as a wall for the neighboring booth.

Option 3

  • The RCL and DCXL on opposite sides act as barriers from neighboring booths.
  • The Aframe 1.0 in the middle creates a focal point for products or can act as an interactive space for vendors.
  • You can see the full effect of "Ditch the Table" here.

From these options you can see that the U-shaped booth layout is one we utilize most often. The U-shaped layout allows for a more interactive experience that customers can walk-through. Because you have the benefit of so much space in a 10x10 booth, you have the most space for the largest size objects. With a 10x10 booth you can maximize both vertical and horizontal space.

Ditching the Table

When it comes to designing your 10x10 booth layout, it's important to consider the space available and how you can make the most of it. While tables may seem like an easy go-to for displaying products, they can quickly eat up valuable floor space and limit your display options. Instead, opting for vertical fixtures like shelves, peg-boards, and other displays can help you take advantage of the height of your booth and create a visually appealing booth that draws customers in. By ditching the table and utilizing vertical space, you can showcase more products and create a boutique-like feel that sets your booth apart from the competition.

We hear a lot of customers ask us HOW they can achieve that retail or boutique feel in their booth- we’re here to tell you that it all starts with FIXTURES. Your fixtures define the feel of your brand- when you have professional, attractive, and uniform fixtures- your brand is reflecting those exact features.

Check Out More Booth Resources:

10x10 Booth Walkthrough - see how you can make the most of the most✨ standard booth size.

10x5 Booth Walkthough - see what happens when you have a LONG booth with one entrance. 👀

5x5 Booth Walkthrough- a very common👌 sized booth that is hard to work with!

3x2 Booth Walkthrough. See what happens when you have NO room at all 😬


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