These kid-friendly retail innovations range from interactive doll stores to toy-creating kiosks that encourage young consumers to embrace their creativity. In addition to toy shops that boast sensory design details, other examples include kid-friendly grocery stores that are color-coordinated to make healthy foods seem more appealing to picky eaters.
Other notable examples of kid-friendly retail include American Girl's DIY fashion design kiosks. Known for its diverse range of products and accessories, the doll maker is loved by a mass audience and its DIY design stations let kids personalize purchases to meet specific preferences.
Additional favorites include character-themed tech shops that make electronics more intriguing to small children and connected candy displays that feature fun animations and product info at the same time.
From Character-Themed Tech Shops to Interactive Candy Displays
DIY Fashion Design Kiosks
American Girl's Truly Me Signature Studio Lets Users Customize Dolls
Digitized Retail Directories
Moscow's Central Children's Store Boasts Connected Product Displays
AR-Powered Doll Displays
Mattel's App-Connected Barbie Display Features Scannable Products
In-Store Movie Experiences
A Series of In-Store Star Wars Activities Delight Tesco's Customers
In-Store Toy Shops
Crate & Barrel is Temporarily Housing a Land of Nod Store-In-Store Shop
Celebratory Crayon Bus Tours
Crayola's '100 Years of Colour' Bus Tour Entertained UK Kids
Serene Toy Store Environments
Toys R Us Stores' 'Quiet Hour' is for Children Affected by Autism
Interactive Doll Retailers
The American Girl New York Shop is Dubbed "The Store of the Future"
Character-Themed Tech Shops
This Kakao Talk Popup in Seoul Featured Emoji-Inspired Art and Prizes
Upleveled Discount Grocers
The Winn-Dixie St Johns Store Reveals the Brand's New Concept
Connected Candy Stores
Perch Interactive's Dylan's Candy Bar Installation Boasts Digital Elements
Kid-Focused Grocery Stores
Supermarket Chain Giant Eagle Creates Healthy Snack Aisle for Children