When creating workspaces for retail, hospitality, offices and shops, Interior Designers and Architects have a clear vision of what they want a commercial space to ultimately look like.
Offices are now opening up and more people are being welcomed back into the workplace. It is important that a calming, creative and welcoming workspace is created to help employees to settle back into office life. According to Indoff, who looked into the commercial design trends for 2022, the aesthetics of your commercial space can improve workflow, increase collaboration, provide privacy, enhance your brand, and even increase employee retention.
Design trends are also a consideration, for 2022 creating a homely feel will be high up on the list as well as bringing nature into the office. There are many ways that this can be done and as technology has taken us a step forward it supports creative design that can be brought to life. Adding lighting and texture to walls, floors and signs enhances the experience for the client and their customers as well as improves wellbeing.
Make an impact using the brand to incorporate into the colour scheme, add a logo and brand messaging onto walls, and use brand images or photos of the product or of the people providing the service.
As an Architect or Interior Designer working on a refurbishment, you might need to adapt the design depending on the space you are working in or find innovative ways to create a blank canvas to work from. Whatever your space and your goals, interior graphics and signage can help to turn your design into reality.
What can be done to create interior visual solutions?
Decorating the space is important to give it character and interest. Newly painted walls create a wonderful effect and by adding wall graphics you can really enhance the design.
Adding window graphics to either blackout a window to create another blank backdrop or to bring the window to life with the design is a good way to use all the space available to you.
Use the whole space to create an incredible impact. Floor graphics are not only to show people the way to go but you can also carry on the theme and interior design running from the walls, across the floor and back up the walls again. Adding an extra pop of colour to the retail space whilst reinforcing the brand, floor graphics are a great way to add extra impact.
Use floor graphics to design a game that can be printed onto the floor or make the floor look like a swimming pool or a map.
Don’t hold back, you can be as creative as you like.
Any commercial space needs to be signed properly. Directional signs and information boards are important but so is branding. Your design theme and branding can be continued using cleverly designed signs throughout the building.
Use banners cleverly positioned around the room to advertise the opening of the commercial space, special offers and to let customers know more about what the business does.
Having just completed a new build or refurbishment, it would be disappointing if no one saw it. Guide them to the building using external signage cleverly positioned for all to see. The last thing an architect or interior wants is to be let down by the quality and style of the sign, so make sure the materials and lighting used reflect the high-quality design.
We have the production capabilities to help you to transform your entire space into something outstanding that wows your clients and turns the heads of their customers. Contact us to discuss your next interior graphics requirements.