Design Trends To Give The Desired Edge To Your Commercial Interiors
Well-built commercial interiors have a cardinal role to play in tempting clients to explore the brand.
In fact, it’s also proven to be a major influence on your employees’ creative skills and productivity. With so many integral reasons, it would be unfair to pick interiors that are commonly prevalent in the market. If you want to stand out, you’ve got to play with the right tricks and push the right buttons a bit harder.
Here are a few top-notch trends for commercial interiors all set to turn heads of each being who sets foot in your office space – straight from the notebooks of our expert, international interior designers:
1. Beat the Usual
A splash of different colours and textures can help you beat the usual like never before. Indulge in selecting tiles and furniture that have a fusion of different patterns and combinations. It might not sound just apt but when applied, they can make an eye-catching invention.
Take for instance this office designed by our interior designer, Atelier Cosmas Gozali:
2. Merge the unmerged
How many times have we observed different desks for each employee? Well, every time you visit an office space! It’s time to break the stereotype. Allow your employees to work collaboratively by altering the seating arrangements. The usual cubicle desks can be discarded to create workspaces that have no cubicles, just single desks. This will strengthen communication between employees and break the monotony of an office vicinity.
3. Play with patterns
Every office space more or less reflects the same vibe. Work, work and work.
Isn’t it too monotonous and overpowering when it says ‘Only work and no play’? Ofcourse it is! Playing with patterns can help phase out the usual effect of a formal space by giving it a touch of creativity. Geometric patterns have been acing it well these days. Try incorporating them in your commercial interior plans and watch your office level up at best.
4. Level up with smart designs
Businesses are constantly looking to adopt measures to save money. Pretty sure you are looking for the same for your office designs? An interior designer adopts smart designs that supply dual or multi-function to office holders which serves you with replete value for your hard earned money. You may even opt for lounge chairs with tablet tablets to get rid of the usual desks.
5. Revamp the flooring play
Deep tones can make for an incredible soothing design and texture in commercial spaces. Use different colours to change the formal look of your office floor and give it a more dramatic effect by combining two or more designs.
6. Switch to eco-friendly interiors
Eco-friendly interiors are no more a luxury, but a necessity, especially on the commercial realm. Ensure that your interior designer says ‘NO’ to anything that causes harm to the environment – you don’t want to set a bad example for your industry. Use of photovoltaic glasses that includes solar cells and other products can encourage your employees to work in a positive and healthy environment.
Note: Designing interiors for a commercial background might not be bread and butter but fair choices and an expert designer can help you churn out the best.
The trends mentioned above will assist you to craft commercial interiors that will augment your prominence in and around the industry. But bringing an expert onboard is the trick to bringing it all alive.
Explore the captivating commercial interiors at Mansionly that boasts the extraordinary mix of these trends and so much more!