When you’re remodeling an office in your Metro D.C. home, there are some key points that need to be kept in mind while exchanging design ideas with your Metro D.C. remodeling contractor. These key features can be merged into one theme – type of business. All the other main features like, image, traffic, functioning etc. all depend on this one.
The diversity in business types makes it somewhat difficult to jot down some common office remodeling tips. While one remodel tip can do wonders for an office, the same tip may prove to be a disaster if applied in totally different business type. For example, bold and bright colors can increase the creative flow in people, so opting for these colors might be a great idea for a fast paced, creative type of work. On the other hand, if you’re working on something where you need to be focused and attentive, these colors can be distracting.
Now let’s discuss some remodeling techniques that can help give your office a new look and feel.
While neutral colors give soothing effect at a spa, they should not be used in your Metro D.C. office. An office should have a vital and “alive” feel. When you walk into the office, you do not want to feel an environment where your enthusiasm transforms into tranquility to the point of snoozing. You need to keep yourself fresh and vigilant.
A great Metro D.C. commercial remodeling technique is to paint your entire office walls with the same color, may be even neutral, and then injecting the main color of your business logo, in shape of art work or furniture pieces like couches or desks, all around your office. You just need to make sure that such contrasts are not unpleasant the eyes.
Your new office furniture should go with the overall remodel theme. It should be functional and comfortable at the same time. The new desks you’ve chosen must be of the right height with wide surfaces to have enough space for work. The person sitting on that desk will spend 8-10 hours on that chair so the distance between the desk and the chair should be enough to provide room for legs.
Wood furniture is preferable as is it’s the most durable but avoid going for huge, large pieces like big, round tables or tall cabinets that reach to the ceiling. Don’t overdo anything. Avoid heavy furniture, as it’ll give your Metro D.C. office a dark, cramped look.
It is very necessary that an office function according to the working needs of that specific type of business. The space and area for desks, lighting, heating and cooling temperatures, where to put the copier or fax machine, the selection of wall for bulletin board, storage space and many decisions of these kinds are important for the smooth running of your Metro D.C. business.
We’ve just shared a few office remodel tips here. There are many other key factors to work on during an office remodel, like image and traffic etc. and all these should be approached keeping the type of business in mind.