Interior Design For Your Commercial Premises – Superb Returns On Your Investment

Assembly Hall Theatre Tunbridge Wells | Photo Copyright Ian Olsson 2015

It is so important that you create an environment where your clients and customers feel comfortable, relaxed, welcomed and valued and it also needs to be a space where your staff and colleagues are pleased to work as well. Commercial interior design is quite often overlooked and it definitely shouldn’t be, as the interior of your commercial premises whether it’s a hotel, restaurant, bar, office, cafe or shop, needs to reflect your brand and your image. The premises where your business takes places are an extremely important extension of your marketing strategy and should be considered at the initial stages of any project development. Great interior design will combine functionality, practicality, and brand consistency with style and visual appeal.

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Commercial Premises Designed By Style My Home

The latest blog from Style My Home outlines why the interior of your commercial premises is so important and how aesthetics should be balanced with functionality and practicality. We’ve also put in lots of pictures of spaces that we have completely transformed with new design and some that have had a makeover making them areas where clients feel relaxed and comfortable and employees enjoy coming to.

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Places That Customers Will Want To Keep Coming Back To

Interior design should be at the heart of your thinking and planning. It really is in your best interests to create inspiring spaces that people will want to keep coming back to time after time, turning your customers into ambassadors who will promote your business to their friends, family, colleagues and acquaintances. Quality design will enhance your customer’s relationship with your brand and impact positively on your bottom line, the profitability of your enterprise.

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Interior Design For Your Business

  • Brand identity bringing your brand to life
  • Growing your business
  • Helping employee wellbeing
  • Creating a great impression to customers
  • Maximising the potential of your space
  • Bringing your ideas to life

Assembly Hall Theatre Tunbridge Wells | Photo Copyright Ian Olsson 2015

Balancing Functionality With Beauty

It may be cliché but ‘you really don’t have a second chance to form a first impression’ when it comes to your clients and customers making their minds up about what meets them visually in your commercial premises. They will instantly start forming an impression and there’s no going back!

Designing this space is very different to a residential property. Elements that need to be considered are functionality, practicality and safety without ignoring style, aesthetics and creating warmth and ambiance. Your interior designer will have to balance all of these elements to create the space that you’re looking for, one that is welcoming, inviting, relaxing, inspiring, stimulating and of course profitable.

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Conclusion

Getting the interior right could be the difference between ‘make and break’ for your new business and it could also help if you have an established business that is going through a bit of a lean time, as a complete redesign or a revamp could be just the tonic your commercial premises need.

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What To Do Next

Style My Home can help you realise your vision for the future of your business with designs that perfectly reflect your ethos and enhance your brand. We can tailor our service to your requirements and if you prefer to take a back seat, we can project manage for you, but if you want full involvement, we’ll keep you up to date every step of the way and work with you. Call Style My Home on 01892 510070 or email enquiries@stylemyhome.com Our aim is to listen to your needs, understand your business to deliver fresh and creative interior design solutions for your commercial premises and to work with the budget and timescale that you have.