With the long harsh winter nearly over, I am excited about the wonders of spring. I can’t wait to unpack my spring wardrobe from storage. I’m also looking forward to spending some time outdoors in my flower garden. However, before I venture outdoors, I need to give the inside of my home some attention by adding a little spring décor. During this time of year, I decorate my home with pastel, bright hues. For instance, I like to fill white dainty teacups with beautiful artificial flowers. I also like to display whimsical items such as a multicolored Easter bunny. On this blog, you will learn how to transform the interior of your home this spring.
Designing your office space can be a difficult task since trends come and go and you have considerations unique to your business. Hiring an interior designer is a good way to create a working environment that inspires your team and impresses your clients. Here are a few design ideas you may want to consider.
Open Up The Space
If your office space is sectioned off by partitions or filled with a maze of cubicles, consider opening up the space. You can place individual desks in the open space or set up rows of bench tables or collaborative tables; this keeps your employees from being cramped up in tiny cubicles. Just remember to keep private space in mind. You don't want chairs and tables too close or that makes employees uncomfortable.
Utilize Glass For Walls
Installing glass walls also opens up the office space. You can use glass walls on conference rooms and certain offices to make your building seem larger and more modern. Glass also allows light to flow through so the space seems brighter and less bleak. Glass can be utilized in several ways in an office building. It can be used to top tables, to make shelves, and to make storage doors.
You may not be able to add more windows to your building, but you can make maximum use of the ones you have. If there are blinds on the windows, you can remove them and use window film instead that blocks glare and solar heat. You can place mirrors in strategic locations to reflect and direct light. In addition to natural light, be sure to have plenty of lighting fixtures installed so the space is always bright and conducive for work. You can add a touch of décor to the space by installing attractive task lighting or pendant lights.
Create A Casual Room
While you want the office to be comfortable, you also want it to be business oriented so your employees stay focused and your clients see what they expect. However, you can let your creativity loose in an employee break room. Rather than filling it with simple dining tables and chairs, consider putting in couches and lounge chairs so your employees can use the room for relaxation as well as informal collaboration.
A commercial interior design firm like Cuffie Creek Design can help you choose the right colors and fabrics for your casual room and the rest of your office space so your building looks trendy and professional. An attractive place to work helps employee morale and makes being stuck in a building every day a little more enjoyable.Share