How To Become A

Showroom Sales Consultant

What Do Showroom Sales Consultant Do?

Kitchen and bath showrooms sell a wide variety of kitchen and bath hardware, fixtures, cabinets and appliances. Showroom sales consultants increase sales, market share and showroom profitability. They work with customers, contractors, designers (and their clients), providing expert product knowledge, selection assistance and customer service.

Showroom Sales Consultant Hourly Wage


Median wage source: PayScale, Indeed,

Showroom Sales Consultant Skill Set


Problem Solving

Basic Math

Technologically Savvy

Showroom Sales Consultant Working Conditions

Same Location Each Day

Works Well With Others

Customer Service

How to Become a Showroom Sales Consultant

Things to Keep After High School

Education: A high school diploma or equivalent is the minimum requirement. Knowing word processing and spreadsheets software is a plus.

Training: Specific training is on-the-job as companies have their own procedures. Keys to a successful career include advanced problem-solving skills and the ability to build relationships with people from diverse backgrounds.

Advancement: Showroom receptionist is an entry-level position requiring client engagement skills. Career path includes sales associate, sales assistant and showroom manager. Read how one executive started in showroom sales and advanced to executive vice president of NKBA with a high school diploma.