Recycling store fixtures in resale & consignment shops
Using yardage and a big, 3D wall ornament like this star, a consignment shop makes a "spare room" into a true showcase. TGtbT.com suggests that such simple & inexpensive touches increase the perceived value of your merchandise.
Know all those silk scarves/ pareos/ shawls that aren't perfect enough to sell? Wouldn't they make, says TGtbT.com, a perfect way to call attention to your take-in counter or a secondary room in your consignment shop?
This really isn't a dress form...but it could make a wonderful attention-getter in front of your consignment or resale shop with seasonal aprons, says TGtbT.com The Premier Site for Professional Resalers
Pegboard can be so useful for displaying artwork, handbags, scarves, but SO utilitarian looking. Paint, a bit of disguise with LOTS of stuff hanging... Too Good to be Threw says try it, you might like it.
"Disguise" pegboard with thios paint idea. Another, simpler idea? ADD "holes" by dipping a pencil eraser-ends on slightly lighter, and slightly darker, paint, and stipple away, so the pegboard hole regularity is understated, says TGtbT.com
These are tin ceiling tiles.... but a good inspiration if you have stained acoustical tiling in your consignment shop & want to disguise them without the expense of replacing: brush them with several related colors!
Found an old dress form for your consignment or resale shop, but it's not as pristine as you'd like it to be? TGtbT.com found this for you: stretch jersey "slipcovers"... a clever idea from our friends at Mannequin Madness
If your resale or consignment shop has an awkward entry, maybe this idea of a painted tree/ changeable leaves could work for you, suggests TGtbT.com. Heck, I can even see mini price tags with SALE written on them :)