How to Enhance Your Office Design
When it comes to your office, you may not have much of a choice in the design. Some offices only really give you the ability to change the paintings on the wall. And while this is better than nothing at all, it’s still not very expressive or indicative of the environment you want to create for your clients or your work atmosphere.
However, many people have flexibility to design their offices in whatever way they desire. If this is the case with you, there are many things to consider when you are planning the design and decor of your office. You need to make the design optimum for clients to feel the best and, ultimately, receive the best results during their time with you. For example, colors subconsciously affect moods and emotions; so before you paint, know what the color you choose invokes within your client.
From colors to furniture and lighting, here are some great ways get your office updated and give yourself some design therapy.
Finding and setting up a new office as I return to private practice has meant thinking about the impact of space and design and décor. Oh, there’s a part of me that thinks it shouldn’t matter. After all, while working in large community agencies, my clients and I coped with crowded waiting rooms, institutional grade furniture, pea green walls and nothing that indicated my personality on the desk of whatever office I was assigned that day.