Office space today means more than a good place to set a computer; it means space that makes both employees and customers feel good about your environment. The right design is both inviting and invigorating. Good commercial space should enhance the mission or market of the business.
So a key question is: “What does your professional space say about you and your business?” Does your space exude confidence or does the lack of cohesive design make potential customers and clients feel uneasy? Is the image you present helping you recruit the best talent? Does your work space tell employees that you care about the environment they spend a third of their life in?
Often business-minded people have so many other issues on their minds that frankly, interior design takes a back seat. But the truth is, good interior design can bring significant benefits to your image, strengthening sales and recruiting efforts and providing a great environment for the people that make business happen. On the other hand, a poorly designed work environment can undercut your business in a clandestine but real way.
Now may be the time for an office make-over. I provide interior design for professional buildings such as banks to corporate and sales offices. My services include helping select materials such as carpeting and paint, resources for office furniture and art that will set your space apart.