One of the biggest challenges for boutiques and any store outfitter has always been finding the right material to build dividers and displays that are easy to move and rearrange.
It is already expensive enough to create a sharp-looking display that looks like real brick. One thing store owners want to avoid is to hire a contractor to move a display somewhere else.
If you offer retail services and fabrication and have used faux brick panels before you can appreciate its qualities.
When using panels that weigh very little, without compromising the quality and strength, moving and rearranging displays around a retail store is simply a matter of hours. There are imitation products that are specifically designed to create an amazing and realistic look. When customers in walk in the store they will quickly get the feel of an old brick building and appreciate its charm without noticing that the walls are just panels.
Recreating an old urban look or a reclaimed, old Chicago brick using faux brick panels today becomes an easy task; anyone can create a brick display without having to count on a mason or brick layer.
Imitation brick can be installed directly on a metal display frame with screws. If you need to create a return or a corner you can quickly miter-cut the panel at 90 degrees and glue the pieces together or use a pre-made interlocking corner piece. You’ll be amazed by the ease of use.
If you are simply creating a backdrop or a full wall you can also install panels of faux brick directly on the studs or existing surface without having to prepare them.
These panels work particularly well when display makers for trade shows want a product that can be installed quickly, modular and that can be reused in the next show.
You can say this about regular brick. Thin brick, as well, cannot be removed and reused.
There is an unstoppable trend that is revolutionizing the way new retail environments are built.