Whether you want to display a company brochure or a magazine, literature display racks are effective in showcasing a variety of printed material and do have an overall “first impression” on your corporate interior design.
Display racks affect the visitor experience in your corporate interior design
Display racks and magazine racks are typically made from acrylic plastic, wood and metal wire – but other materials are showing up as design evolves. The type of display rack you purchase will depend entirely on where the materials will be displayed and how it integrates to your corporate interior design theme in general. There are a few questions you will want to ask yourself before making a purchase.
Floor, wall corner and desktop designs are common. Floor and wall-mounted racks usually hold the most amount of material, including combinations of various sizes of magazines and brochures. However, these are not typical in an office setting, so let’s take a look at desktop displays and stand-alone solutions for your corporate interior design.
Desktop and Stand-alone displays
Desktop display racks are typically used to hold a few brochures or magazines. These racks are usually not mounted onto anything and usually stand on their own. Some desktop models include the ability to rotate or swivel. Corner display racks are often used when space is not available. This is because the corner of a room, whether it be an office or lobby, is usually not used. This space is ideal for a magazine rack.
In the Office Setting
Wood magazine and display racks are popular in lobbies and offices that are trying to convey a more formal appearance. The wood and trim blends in well with existing wood furniture. You will often find wood magazine racks on college campuses and doctors’ offices as well. Plastic display racks are often used in retail environments, but can be used in hallways and rooms where pamphlets and brochures are being freely distributed. Unique designs are always cropping up so don’t limit yourself to wood or plastic. It’s all about how it fits in to your overall “intelligent interior.”