How To Display Clothes On A Wall
Are you fitting out your retail space or clothing store and unsure what kind of system to use? If you’re wondering how to display clothes on a wall and you want to create a sleek, appealing display, then a wall system is your best choice.
There are many options available for wall display systems. It is a neat and space-efficient way to display clothing items in a retail space and it also allows for a large range of items to be displayed at once, with your wall space becoming a possible display area.
Let’s take a look at some of the wall systems on offer.
Wall display options
Slatwall wall systems
If you need a retail display system that is fully adjustable to suit changing stock requirements and to vary your display, then a slatwall system is a great choice. The wall panelling is customisable and easy to install. Once you have the wall panels installed, you can then choose from a range of hanging or shelving accessories.
The slatwall accessories available include display hooks, straight and sloping arms, wire baskets, melamine shelves, and display cases. The possibilities for displaying clothing are endless. To see more on slatwall accessories, head to the product section here.
Slotted wall strip shelving
This is a great solution for wall displays and shelving. Simply screw the strips to the wall and start adding brackets, shelves and other hanging accessories at your desired heights. To read more about slotted wall strip shelving, head to the product page here.
Panespol wall panels
If you want to add a decorative wall design behind your clothing display, then Panespol panels are your best option. You can easily create a stylish and unique look in your retail space, with options available like classic brickwork, concrete, slate, stone and wood finishes. Find out more about these eco-friendly and lightweight panels here.
How do you show apparel?
Now that you have a better idea of your shelving and hanging options, you’ll want to know how to display clothes on a wall. There are many ways to display your clothing and apparel. With a multitude of options and display accessories, your choice will come down to the desired look of your shop or retail space.
That being said, there are a few rules to follow when it comes to effectively displaying apparel so that it appeals to customers. In essence, the way things are displayed can have a real effect on whether items sell or not.
If you’re thinking of using a wall display system for your clothing, keep these things in mind:
Consider the height
When you’re working with wall systems, you have a lot of available space to work with. Because of this, it’s easy to think you should fill up all of this space for your display – from floor to ceiling. However, it’s best to think about your customers when selecting the placement and height of your displays. For their convenience and yours, position clothing within reach and within eye-level.
Placing clothing items too high can lead to customers ignoring them or becoming frustrated that they can’t look at them more closely. On top of this, it can become a safety risk if customers try to reach for items above their heads.
Think about adding texture and variety to your displays
The art of visual merchandising can seem confusing, but essentially it is about making your items look as appealing as possible to your customers.
You can do this in a number of ways, but some simple things include adding different textures and colours to your displays, as well as a variety of items to catch customers eyes.
By creating several different points of interest in your display and showcasing your range of clothing items, you’ll better appeal to a broad range of customers and give them more purchase options.
Don’t clutter or overload your displays
A big part of visual merchandising, as well as workplace safety, is avoiding clutter in your wall displays. When you overload your displays, it can put strain on the wall system. This can become a safety risk if the systems were to break or collapse. Make sure you check the weight limits of your chosen system so that you can display the appropriate amount.
Cluttering your display with too many items also affects the visual appearance. With too many items, customers won’t know where to look. Display select items that you want to highlight and include multiple size options, but don’t overload racks, hooks or shelves.
We hope this article has given you some great wall display ideas and showed you how to display clothes on a wall. If you have any questions about our wall display systems or fitting out your retail space, don’t hesitate to get in touch with our friendly team by calling (07) 3861 8888 or reaching out here.« back to news