I was wondering if it's correct to say
We can put a display on the glass part of the door to improve the room's privacy. This would look interesting from the outside, too.
As far as I know, I haven't seen display being used for referring to a piece of paper.
However, I found this in Oxford Dictionary
- The event will include displays from wine producers, whisky distillers and champagne tasters.
Isn't "poster" a better choice? Is there any difference between poster and display in this context?