Routing is of particular importance when designing a sales room. The route should lead the customer optimally to the goods and avoid abbreviations, overlapping runs and customer massages. In smaller shops, the route will be reached by arranging the shelves and gondolas accordingly. Larger shops are divided into manageable and visually effective dimensions by main and secondary routes.
Main paths should be at least 1.50 m wide; a width of 2 m is required for escape routes; Side paths should be 1 m wide. The route is marked on the ground. The route can be supported by the arrangement of the lighting fixtures and the ceiling design.