Walls + Forms showcases "pop up" stores in four standard configurations

Nov. 7, 2012

Walls + Forms Inc. now has a standard set-up of four basic temporary stores at www.wallsforms.com/products/shop-in-a-box that provides an idea of what a basic store would look like. Viewers of this page will see a 20’ X 4’, 10’ X 25’, 20’ X 25’, and 40’ X 25’ store.

For example, the standard set-up for a basic 20' x 4' Walls + Forms store shown includes slatwall panels for merchandising, solid LPL panels for a wall system, and support panels that allow for shelving and supports. It contains 3 shelving units with 7 adjustable shelves total, 5 panel headers for graphics and signage, 2-4’ glass showcases, and 1-4’ cash stand for storage.

Another example shown is the standard set-up for a basic 40’ X 25’ Walls + Forms store. It includes wall panels with slatwall and wall panels with LPL surfaces, support panels for stability, and 10 shelving units with three adjustable shelves per unit. It features one door panel assembly with a locking door knob, two C–L shape cash stands and all the necessary connectors and hardware. In addition, Walls + Forms can provide a sampling of floor fixtures that can be placed in the store for a wide variety of product applications.

Shop-in-a-Box from Walls + Forms is a reusable, temporary, modular store that can easily be adapted to any retail space. It is ideally suited for mall and leasing agents for leasing out a smaller portion of vacant area, reduces unsightly empty stores, and offers cost savings advantages such as monthly lease payment. It is also perfect for retailers who want to downsize and sublease part of their retail space, the company said in its press release.

Topics: Merchandising , Point-of-Purchase / POP , Store Design & Layout

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