Business Office Design Tips

Business Office Design Tips
Business Office Design Tips

Making your office look great should be one of your main focuses. When your working environment looks the part, it can spur on your employees and the entire business. It can also help to impress clients and investors when they visit your office or have a meeting there. That can only be a good thing too. So, here are some good office design ideas that will help you to make your work space look great. They are unusual and unexpected, but they will add that charm and luxury you’re looking for.

Feature Logo Wall

It’s a great idea to have one wall in the office that is dedicated to the brand’s logo. You can have the logo’s design spray painted on there. Or you can have a professional artist come in and do the work for you. It’s a great way to make the office look modern, fresh and up to date. The logo is the main symbol and signifier of your brand, so it has to look as good as it possibly can. It can be a feature wall. Ideally, it should be facing the door. That way, everyone will see it and be drawn to it as soon as they walk into the space. It will create an immediate impression on them.

Concrete and Industrial Touches

Concrete and industry touches in the workplace are very fashionable and popular at the moment. People like the industrial, brutal kind of look. And it can give your office an image that is a little different and unexpected, but also very cool indeed. For example, you can get commercial concrete counters from many retailers. These always look great. On top of how they look, they will also be very sturdy and able to deal with whatever you throw at them when working in the office. They are built to last, and that’s just one example. There are many other industrial touches to consider.

All Personal Ideas from Everyone

It can be a good idea to let everyone in the office have a say in how it looks. They are the people who will be working there every day. Therefore, they know what the office does and doesn’t need. It’s only fair to let them have a see in the design if  they’re going to be working there all the time. Something else to consider, is letting employees have complete control over their desk area. They could then design it in a way that suits them and their own personal taste. 

Add a Chalkboard

If you need to share notes and ideas with people in the workplace, you need a noticeboard. But why not use a chalkboard? Many offices have a whiteboard but these never look good. They look very dull and unappealing. Whereas, there is something a little retro and more stylish about a chalkboard. They can be rubbed down and reused at any time. And anyone will be able to contribute to it. They are pretty cheap to buy as well, so it’s a good change to make.

These simple office design tips will have your work space looking cool and classy while you take over the world.


Jacqueline Maddison
Jacqueline Maddison is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Beverly Hills Magazine. She believes in shining light on the best of the best in life. She welcomes you into the world of the rich and famous with the ultimate luxury lifestyle.
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