You can’t have a successful retail store without some kind of organization. The right store fixtures can show off your products, make your products easier for customers to get to, and showcase features that customers never would have seen if everything was just on a pile on a table.

So, what kinds of store fixtures work best?

1. A gridwall

Whether you want to hang shelves, baskets, or hangrods, a gridwall will help you do it. True to their name, gridwalls are metal wall cover-ups that are covered in little squares. On a gridwall, the pieces of metal are so close together that you can hang both big and little things on them – and you can arrange your wall displays anyway you want.

Or, if you really want to make things stand out, you can get a gridwall that stands independently, instead of attaching to the wall. That way, you can hang things vertically – right in the middle of your store, if you want to!

2. A slatwall

More traditional than a gridwall, a slatwall is something that you see all over the place. Instead of using squares, a slatwall uses horizontal slats that you can hang things from. A slatwall goes right over your existing wall, so that you have a place to hang hangrods, shelves, acrylic display pieces, mirrors, and even picture frames.

While a gridwall is typically made out of metal, a slatwall can be made out of virtually anything – from metal, to wood, to chain link.

Because it can hang flatter things like pictures and posters, a slatwall offers a great way to show off clearance signs or posting announcements that you want to make sure that all of your customers see.

3.Display cases

As long as you’ve got enough room for them, any store can benefit from having quality display cases. And, display cases come in so many different sizes, shapes, and colors that you can fit them into any d├ęcor. There are rugged display cases made out of dark metal that are perfect for showing off jeans or trendy accessories, while smaller, more basic-looking display cases are a great way to draw attention to jewelry.

Unlike a slatwall or a gridwall, display cases don’t generally hang on the wall. You can, however find display shelves that can hang on walls. Instead, though, you usually see the ones that are free-standing and, thus, can be positioned anywhere you want. In addition to showing off your products, they’re also perfect for separating various departments in your store and creating aisles.

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