Our spectacular line of Custom Modular Trade Show Display Designs
Displays on the Net, a partner of our parent company Image Design and Communication, the nation’s leading full service trade show exhibit house, offers a diverse line of custom modular trade show display designs which will dazzle your clients with unparallelled graphics and beautiful structures. All made in the USA with high quality, easy to assemble components, our beautiful displays will invite business to your trade show booth and convey your message with professionalism and authority!
ContempoLite is an aluminum extrusion display that can be configured in a myriad of ways depending on your specific booth design needs. This display has a powerful custom look while lowering your shipping and install/dismantle costs. An entire 10′ ContempoLite can be assembled in about an hour and weighs less than 200 lbs. including cases.
DesignerLine trade show booth displays feature several different models, incorporating supremely high quality graphics, fabrics, panels, and shapes that will blow you – and your competition away! The DesignerLine Classic, Classic 2, Structure, Form, and Kiosk Form can be fit to any 10′ or 20′ booth space, and the combination of canopies, graphic wings, black or white sintra panels, or your choice of several wood grain and solid laminate colors achieve a standout look coordinated with your graphic design.
Modular Panel Systems by Displays on the Net feature either fabric or laminate panels. The fabric system has pre-connected folding panels joined by an invisible 360 hinge. Each 10 ft section has an upper and lower row of panels, a custom laminate folding counter and pre-connected base panels with locking storage. Set up is fast and simple. The clean uncluttered lines of these walls show you care about quality. The custom modular laminate panel system panels slide and lock together with a patented locking mechanism that makes every panel seam line up perfectly. You get the upscale look of a custom trade show exhibit with the cost savings of modularity.