Someone recently mentioned that they painted their shelves and panels a different color. This reminded me of something I've wanted to mention for a while. Pay attention to the color of your display and background. It can make a big difference in your sales. I use door panels in my booth as a background and wooden shelving. For many years, I used gallery gray. I did OK with that but I wondered if I could increase my sales by changing the color. I consulted with an interior designer who had me using shades of copper, rust, etc. My sales went down when I used these colors. I tried many different shades with the same results. I thought it was the economy and not my background color, until, on the suggestion of an artist friend, I changed to a shade of green or more specifically green with a touch of blue. Actually, I bought the color at Lowes from their mistake pile. The price was $5. The color was almost teal. My sales doubled immediately. When that ran out, I opted for a green with less blue and my sales increased even more.