Gridwall Booths

Gridwall panels are extremely versatile display devices. Though the obvious interchangeable accessories make gridwall displays optimal for displaying any type of product or merchandise, the actual gridwall form also makes it a convenient solution for many types of display atmospheres. Booths are an excellent example, proving the versatility of gridwalls. At tradeshows, fairs, auctions, and more, gridwalls are easy to set up and position, quickly providing sturdy and attractive displays.

Gridwalls are probably most commonly utilized as wall mounted fixtures in retail environments, but they may also be completely freestanding fixtures with the use of grid legs. Grid legs are angular attachments that help to prop the gridwall upright by producing a triangular shape at the base of a gridwall. They are simple to use and easy to pack up. Once gridwalls are converted to freestanding display fixtures, they can be used in so many possible positions and formations.

Tradition booths, whether they are used in a retail store or in a row at the convention center, are positioned like partial squares, where a single side is missing on the browsing side. Essentially, traditional booths are three walled structures. It is so easy to used gridwalls to make this type of booth. Take three or more panels and attach them using zip ties or actual gridwall castors along the long edges of the panels and stand them upright. Then attach grid legs to the two ends, which are not connected to a corner. By doubling or tripling the number of panels, you can make a box that is much larger and stabilize it using more grid legs. The great thing about a booth like this is that it only needs to be constructed once. By keeping the corners and added panels attached, you can easily fold the wall system along the corners and pack it away. When it is time to use it again, unfolding and reattaching the grid legs only takes a few minutes.

This is only one simple freestanding gridwall formation. There are endless possibilities. Most gridwall panels are two feet wide and vary in height from 4 to 8 feet. They may also be connected with casters to form Z formations or even entire rooms with door sized openings, and the greatest part is how easily they are set up and packed away. Gridwalls also come in a few different finishes such as black, white, or chrome, in order to more accommodate creativity.

Once the structure of the gridwall formation is in place, an endless number of gridwall accessories make it simple to display objects of any kind. There are accessories that vary from hooks, to baskets, to shelves, to rails. However, it is important to think ahead about the types of objects you plan to display so that you bring the appropriate accessories. With a little planning and creativity, gridwall panels make the perfect booths for any venue.


Post time: 10-11-2017