The Launch of the New Website

Welcome To Our New Site!

Display By Design has been working with Kubix Media for the last couple of months to develop a brand new bespoke website. We are constantly growing as a team, as a brand and as a business therefore it was only appropriate to upgrade our out-dated website. We wanted a website that would be easy for users to navigate their way around as well as having a more modern feel about it. We have included valuable brand new content which goes into depth on the services we offer as well as who we are and not forgetting the latest news from Display By Design.

You will find that our new website is now responsive which means you will be able to browse our website with ease whilst on the go on any device. We will regularly be uploading new posts onto our blog and we are currently in the process of developing videos as an engaging fun way of giving you all of the information you need on us. The brand new website is now quicker at loading than our former one and should not keep you waiting.

The team here are really excited to introduce to you our brand new website. We love it! After having browsed through our broad range of services, we hope you will feel the same way. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact us.

In addition with the new website, Kubix Media helped us to give our logo a little make-over. Check it out below.

Change is inevitable and Display By Design are happy to embrace it. As an innovative and versatile company Display By Design hopes that you will find what you are looking for on our new website. If not give us a call or email us and we will be happy to help.

Retail Design Expo 2016

Display By Design Were At London’s Olympia

The exhibition centre once again hosted the event that sees the biggest gathering of the year for the retail design, visual merchandising, marketing, and shopfitting sectors. Supported by our friends at SDEA, the Retail Design Expo was part of a huge success that generated 15,452 visitors, including 2,156 international visitors, attending three exhibitions that were all being held at Olympia in London, 9-10 March. These exhibitions included the Retail Digital Signage Expo, Retail Business Technology Expo and of course the Retail Design Expo. The amount of people that attended was a 28% uplift on last year’s event and if you were one of these then you just might have spotted us there.

Expo 6

The exhibition featured more than 75 sessions of free-to-attend talks, debates and panel discussions. Additional features such as student awards and masterclasses also filled up the jam packed two day schedule.

Expo 4

Located on Level 1 in the West Hall Stand G75 was our 3×4 metre display made using Egger perfect sense, LED lighting and acrylics. The display featured our 3D printer which we use for prototyping. The printer allows us to perform difficult printing tasks with ease and we wanted to demonstrate this, as it is part of our manufacturing process. We were creating a variety of models from robots to keychains of our logo to show just how versatile our machinery is.

Our directors Ben, Emma-Leigh and Colin all attended along with one of our employees Fiona. They met a whole load of friendly new faces as well as those familiar faces who we always welcome to our stand for a catch up, whilst meeting potential new clients. Our directors would personally like to thank those that stopped and talked to us at our stand during the busy day. We look forward to hearing from you again in the near future.

Expo 1

All of the dedication and hard work that was put into creating our display from all areas of our team has sure paid off with a prodigious return on investment. At Display By Design we were more than happy with the final outcome.



After attending the show’s debut year in 2015 we saw the benefits of showcasing our services and previous work in Europe’s leading event for retail. So this year we made a massive improvement to our stand that was all made onsite in our factories. The overwhelming turn outs from the last two years has definitely pushed us to attend again in 2017.

We hope to see you there!

Display By Design Are Expanding

Display By Design are delighted to share the news that we have a brand new factory with cutting edge machinery. For the last two years the new 40,000sq.ft. building has been under development on site in Wigston, Leicester.

The £800,000 project was given the go ahead by managing director, Ben Winfield in 2014 as part of an expansion plan. Display By Design have increased in size due to a rise in demand for our creative practices. The new factory will play host to numerous services that we offer such as acrylic fabrication, modern joinery, laser cutting, membrane pressing and vinyl wrapping.

As with our other factory, all of our factory waste is to be re-cycled and used to heat the factory to aid our environmental responsibilities.

Display By Design are confident that the new facility will provide a solid foundation for our continued expansion.



Project 1

We have designed and manufactured many Givenchy concessions and for other brands under the LVMH Group. From promotional launches to window displays. From concept to completion Display By Design have held the brands hand to deliver the most inspiring displays. From UK department store to Airport displays Display By Design deliver an outstanding service to all of our clients. Givenchy display have a variety of finishes from painted glass and high gloss PU sprayed finishes with colour changing LED’s to help promote different fragrance launches from the brand at any time.



Project 2



Topshop – Topman

We produced a number of High Gloss Black Vinyl wrapped wall panels for a number of Topshop/Topman staircase and escalator areas.


Display by Design produced all of the worktops for EE, using Kydex. We membrane pressed the worktops using our deep chamber press which allowed us to press the 50mm worktops. Our customer was extremely pleased with the item that we produced.


Working initially with International Greeting on a concept to be easily installed by B&M store staff Display By Design won the contract with B&M based on the design, cost and proven ability to provide a fully comprehensive service to enable the launch of the greeting card displays across B&M estate. Once we had initially rolled out over 300 units in a very short space of time, Display By Design serviced B&M with the opening of their new stores and then an additional order of display to increase the footage of their greeting card offering.


Selfridges Shop in Shop. Taken from our client’s 3D render and sizes we developed the unit to be manufactured to their budget and in line with the brand standards. We used softwood and processed the timber through numerous process to look like reclaimed timber. The project was all manufactured in-house and after this project we worked with our client to manufacture a number of store roll outs for other areas and retailer.

Paper Destiny

Display By Design took the original brief from Schurman Retail, then designed the multiple concept stores. Once Schurman retail had agreed on the proposal, we built a complete mock shop in our factory and merchandised all of the displays. Our client came over from the States to review and sign off. We then commenced with the manufacturing and delivering to America and Canada.

Jolie Papier

Display By Design worked from the initial design concept through to manufacture and installation of the Jolie Papier brand. We designed and manufactured all of the shopfitting fixtures and displays. Jolie Papier has two stores, one in Bluewater and one in Newcastle.