Spruce Up your Office with an Interior Makeover


Interior Design for your Commercial Space

For at least 40 hours per week we are rooted in our offices, traveling from our desk to the break room and the occasional trek to the conference room in the course of the work day. When compared the fun-centric atmospheres of large tech kings such as Google and Facebook, most offices are drab and stilted. The good news is that even the smallest splash of color, touch of pizzazz, and sense of style can completely spruce up a work space. At Dawn Elise Interiors, creating an inviting, thought-provoking work space that encourages creative thought and cooperation is an essential part of what we do.

Use Color as your Ally for Interior Decoration

Color is a great way to make your office space like new. Consider the various feelings that different colors evoke: Red for example is a strong color that can cause adverse reactions that you don’t want in the workplace. According to a Forbes article from February 4, 2014 (“How to Use Color Psychology to Give Your Business An Edge,” by Amy Morin), red reduces analytical thinking and forces human reactions to be faster and more forceful. Green, by contrast, is a great choice, as people generally like green and research has linked the color with broader thinking and more creative thought.

At the end of the day, how you choose to liven up your workplace is up to you. You can choose to have a singular theme run throughout the office, or segment the different areas to have distinctive color themes. No matter what you decide upon, you can depend on the expert advice an constructive criticism of the design experts at Dawn Elise Interiors to help you get the look you desire. Give us a call at 954-609-7113 to learn more about how we can help!

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