The need is more common than ever – our generational lines are clearer than at any point in America’s history, the generational mix in the workforce is about equal, and that means offices need to accommodate the differentiated needs of each generation at the same time.
Lighting is often overlooked in the decor of an office – but it makes all the difference. There’s nothing more powerful you can do in making an already-decent space look great than lighting it well. No matter your office situation – working from home, working from a cubicle, or even working in an open concept […]
It’s important, before thinking about anything else at all, to know what sort of palette you’re wanting for your office. If you’re a creative, then you can use big, bold colors – but if, for example, you run a legal office, that’s probably not as likely to be appropriate.
Industrial design connects with a number of other, similar styles of interior design via textures – and that’s something we’re seeing used more and more throughout the design spectrum.
I love those retro office interior design trends consisting of styles from decades of the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s. Maybe it’s my passion for classic cars such as a 59 Cadillac or the timeless music of bands like the Beatles that drives my fondness to this throwback style!