Commercial design is very different from residential design, and if you have a commercial project in the pipeline, these tips can help you come up with the ideal interior.
Glass is a great addition to just about any design, and as well as being affordable, it can actually improve performance and productivity. Whether it’s a dividing wall made from glass or a simple glass topped table, the material can keep design elements simple and stylish, and create an open feeling.
Modern design themes have actually changed little in 100 years or so, and whether its combinations of color, the minimalist look, smooth lines or the use of plastic and steel, it can create a look that is instantly appealing and timeless.
Lighting used effectively can eliminate the use of walls by defining different spaces. Well chosen lighting can make a big difference, whether you scatter different colored lights in your space or opt for a perfectly placed skylight. To prevent your lighting from seeming artificial, use a combination of task, ambient and natural lighting.
The Appropriate Theme
Latin styled décor is clearly appropriate for a restaurant with a Spanish theme, and is a good example of using the appropriate décor and theme whenever necessary. Most customers appreciate a commercial design more when the theme is appropriate and interesting.
Choose your colors carefully. A safe choice is a combination of bold and bright hues, and natural colors; this way you draw attention to a product or display but also
satisfy those who prefer more muted colors. And if your company’s logo is the same color as your overall color scheme, it can make a bold statement.