Creating an impactful booth that stands out is crucial for attracting attention and engaging visitors. One innovative approach is combining backlit and non-backlit panels to create unique and visually appealing configurations. This technique offers a blend of illumination and structure, providing both a striking visual experience and the functional space needed for an effective exhibit.
In the lively world of trade show exhibits, backlit walls have become a must-have, offering a dynamic backdrop to present your brand in the best light possible. But with the MANY OPTIONS available, how do you zero in on the perfect one for you? We’ve got you covered. This comprehensive guide will walk you through the top choices in the market, weighing their pros and cons, so that your next 10ft backlit wall doesn’t just meet but exceeds your expectations. Read on and let us help you choose the right fit for your next trade show.
When it comes to a creative exhibit solutions, WaveLight has always been at the forefront. We’re shining the spotlight on their backlit inflatable air counters and air towers, offering you an overview of all the exciting options available. Our goal? To help you visualize, compare, and select the ideal product tailored to your needs.
Trade show landscape are ever-evolving, exhibitors constantly face the challenge of showcasing their products effectively while ensuring their booth stands out in a sea of competitors. Understanding this, we’ve crafted a solution tailored specifically to the needs of businesses aiming to leave a lasting impression.
For a long time, you had two frame options for trade show hanging signs (and none for backlit trade show hanging signs). The only backlit displays that have been offered in the past have been backwalls, towers, and counters. That’s changed now though. With some modifications and improvements, the tried and true SEG Frame System can now be used to make Backlit Trade Show Hanging Signs.
The Lumiere product line is back with a couple new additions that can take your existing Lumiere back wall assets and turn them into a full booth package. Whether you’re looking for some more unique design opportunities with the overhead bridge display, merchandising products with the showcase towers, adding storage or dressing rooms with the door modules, these new Lumiere Display Add-ons can certainly help you fulfill those ideas.
Backlit displays have taken the tradeshow floor by storm and have certainly found their place on it too. These illuminated displays have really won over our customers with the bright, rich, eye-catching colors that these displays are able to provide.
And, of course, the main reason that our customers really like these displays is the attention that they create on the show floor and the ability to attract and welcome the trade show attendees into their booth.
Sometimes we get enough questions about a certain product type that instead of making it a footnote in an obscure section of our FAQ Page, it’s better to make a whole resource section that can be used and expanded on over time. Backlit Trade Show Displays can be different from model-to-model, but there are a lot of questions we get that apply to most if not all of the different options. Let’s have a look at the questions we get asked most often and we’ll answer each of them:
Chances are that if you’ve been to a trade show recently, the number of Trade Show Lightbox Displays at various booths has been on the rise. These regal-looking displays, while seemingly costly, are popping up everywhere. But why?