An otherwise modern store took a step backwards in appearance with unkempt pegboard hooks like these: inconsistent backplate designs, substandard plating and finishing, obvious weld marks, and poor hook alignment. Neatness does count in merchandising and store fixtures, and these fixtures are a detriment to the store brand.

For excellence in hookery SEE…
How Pegboard Could and Should Look
Impressive Peg Hook Alignment
How Slatwall Should Look vs Pegboard

For horror in hook display SEE…
2011 Unruly Fixture Award
Hook Design and Quality Standards
Holy Grail of Retailing Lost
Hook Fight in Neck Ties
How to Avoid Frontwire Sag

For subtle mis-fixturing SEE…
Eye Test for Fixture Experts
How Not To Mix ‘N Match Hooks
Slatwire Erraticism
Five out of Six Hooks Disagree

For additional hook standards SEE…
Hook Frontwire Standards
Hook Gauge and Finish Baselines
Hook Design and Quality Standards
Metal Plate Label Holder Primer

For outstanding discipline in continuous display SEE…
Continuous Strip Scan Hooks” and
Slotwall & Label Strip Both Curve

For a one-of-a-kind hook organization SEE…
Bar Defines Categories on Slatwall

SEARCH “Hook Alignment” for all examples both good and bad or “Best Practices” for other fixturing advice.

Broadening your view and SEARCH “Failed” for fixtures that go beyond these inadequacies and actually fail physically in the field.