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Leasing an office space is a great way to get your business up and running without having to make any costly mortgage commitments. But it can be tough to incorporate your company colors and style without going through a renovation process or making any permanent changes. However, there are a few things you can do to integrate a uniquely custom look and feel into your leased office without making any serious or permanent changes. Here are a few options to consider:
Dress up the Windows
A great way to distinguish your office space for lease from others nearby is to dress the windows up. Start by putting a company sign that includes your logo up in a front window, and then dress the rest of the windows with insulation film.
Not only does window insulation film help keep indoor temperatures stable and energy costs low, but it comes in a variety of colors and designs that can help you transform the windows into things like stained glass masterpieces and colorfully tinted security panes. What's more is that insulated window film prevents up to 99 percent of UV rays from going through the window and fading floors or furniture.
Trim the Interior Walls
Your lease contract may allow you to paint the walls any color of your choosing; but if it doesn't, you are not out of luck. Color is important because it has a psychological effect that can have a positive impact on your business if you're working with the right colors. It doesn't take a roomful of color to make a difference. An accent here or a trinket there can do wonders for your office's overall look. Here are a few specific options that may work well for the atmosphere you want to create:
To incorporate the color onto your walls, you can use removable wall paper to trim the tops and bottoms, put especially colorful frames on wall artwork, or create faux curtains on the walls using cotton tapestries. If you really want to personalize, consider having custom wall plaques made that feature your logo and a slogan that encompasses what your business is all about. The plaques can be created in different colors and hung on the walls throughout the office, including the kitchen area – and maybe even outdoors.
Incorporate Faux Built-ins
A great way to customize the interior of your office space without making any permanent changes is to incorporate faux built-in furnishings. One effective option is to have bookshelf built to fit against an entire wall so its sides meet up against the corners of the walls. This will make the shelving look like it's built in,and give you plenty of space for office supplies and communal paperwork.
Cubicle walls can be installed in a way that makes them look like permanent extensions of the actual office walls so that you can create offices for employees and give them their own personal space. Another option is to have a reception desk designed to look like the edge of it is built into a wall near the front door, effectively creating a customer service desk that can't be bypassed after walking through the front door. Floating wall shelves and wall benches are a couple of other ideas that work well in places like restrooms and break areas.
With the help of these tips and tricks, you should find that it's easy to make your leased space feel like your company's personal kingdom.Share
8 October 2015