While space might seem inadequate, there’s actually a lot that can be done with a 10 x 10 space that will be both functional and aesthetically striking. For new exhibitors, a 10 x 10 trade show booth display might be your budget’s best option—but that doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice style. While the common misconception is that 10 x 10 booths imply a vinyl popup, you can actually have a full, custom rental exhibit that will stand out on the show floor.
10×10 Trade Show Booths
With unique graphics that have seemingly endless possibilities—from 3D logos to backlit fabric displays—your 10 x 10 booth can still make a big impact. Everyone else with a 10 x 10 booth is facing the same restrictions that you are, it’s just a matter of creatively executing an on-brand message. It’s not uncommon for some brands to choose to showcase a large, robust booth for a few select shows, but use a smaller display for shows where brand objectives differ.
Customized Look and Feel
Vibrant, fabric graphics are an eye-catching way to draw traffic into your booth, and there are compact, convenient solutions that create budget-friendly and beautiful displays that stand out from the competition. Some lightweight solutions are so compact, portable and easy to set up that they reduce the cost of labor and drayage. Fabric displays feature high quality textile and wrinkle-free graphics that look seamless and luxurious.
A few of our customized 10×10 trade show designs:
FAQs About 10 x 10 Trade Show Booth
A 10×10 booth is 10 feet wide, 10 feet deep, and usually 8 feet high. Check with your specific show to see if there are any height limitations. Some shows allow you to place hanging banners and other tall items above your booth, but a lot of shows have height restrictions.
The setup for a 10×10 trade show booth depends on the type of booth you have purchased or rented. A pop up display or portable display often has its own set-up instructions and can be assembled by anywhere from one person to a few people. Most shows require that you hire their specific labor companies to set up and tear down any booth that is not portable. Check with your trade show event rules to be sure.
Booths come in several standard sizes. The smallest standard-sized booth and the size most commonly found at trade shows is the 10 foot by 10 foot booth. The 10 foot by 20 foot booth is the next size up. You can also find 10 foot by 30 foot booths and 20 foot by 20 foot booths if you want a larger size.