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Spaceway’s top tips on how to refresh your office this spring

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March 2014

By Dominic O'Brien
Director, Owner

Dominic O'Brien

Piles of yellowing paper? Check.
Peeling paint? Check.
Out of date furnishings, battered blinds and grotty corridors? Check.

Office refresh

If this sounds like your office, then maybe you should embrace the return of the sun and spring clean your office. No, it sounds like it’s time to re-imagine your office as a workplace fit for the 21st century.

Study after study underlines how office design and organisation impacts the performance of the workforce, and impacts on the perception of your brand. Modern, striking offices set the tone for your whole organisation and let the world know you mean business.

That’s why we’ve teamed up with office interiors experts Tektura to showcase a few simple ways to transform the inside of your office from has-been to cool-to-be-seen.

First up is a funky range of artist-designed wall coverings that help make an impact and completely re-define spaces within your office. This library-inspired illustration by Bridgid Strevens is perfect for breakout areas or quiet spaces.
First up is a funky range of artist-designed wall coverings that help make an impact and completely re-define spaces within your office. This library-inspired illustration by Bridgid Strevens is perfect for breakout areas or quiet spaces.

 

Next, we take a fresh look at those glass walls. Why not bin those blinds and opt for some window graphics instead? Apply your brand to glass partitions using custom-made window graphics. Alternatively, complement the artist-designed wall coverings we showed you above with their window-graphic equivalent, like this example — Pinnacle Green by Jonnie Lawes.
Next, we take a fresh look at those glass walls. Why not bin those blinds and opt for some window graphics instead? Apply your brand to glass partitions using custom-made window graphics. Alternatively, complement the artist-designed wall coverings we showed you above with their window-graphic equivalent, like this example — Pinnacle Green by Jonnie Lawes.

 

Finally, ditch the flip chart or the ghastly whiteboard in favour of Clear Erase. It turns any surface into a dry-wipe board - from desks to entire walls. This clever product is applied like a paint and when it dries it can be written on with a standard marker pen.
Finally, ditch the flip chart or the ghastly whiteboard in favour of Clear Erase. It turns any surface into a dry-wipe board – from desks to entire walls. This clever product is applied like a paint and when it dries it can be written on with a standard marker pen.

To discuss these or thousands of other ways to inject a bit of colour and energy into your office fit out, get in touch with Spaceway today.