Commercial interior design, as distinct from designing home interiors, can often incorporate much more extensive requirements which call upon the expert skills and knowledge of the professional designer.
Sara Anton Interior Designers undertake projects for commercial clients which involve anything from sourcing and supplying specific luxury elements to fit into an existing design scheme, to full-scale design projects which involve alteration to or refurbishment of commercial premises.
The design of commercial spaces carries enormous weight in terms of a company’s professional image, because regardless of the nature of the business, its premises are effectively its store front. They reflect the organization’s prosperity, the company culture and the very quality of the goods and services that the business offers. In some cases, such as with restaurants, they are even more than this though. They are places where people go to relax and enjoy themselves in what needs to be a relaxing, inviting and luxurious environment.
Of course, commercial interior design is not just about creating luxurious spaces which are aesthetically appealing though. It needs to combine comfort and style with the utmost in functionality and practicality and it needs to work in such a way that it enhances and complements a business’ activities rather than getting in their way. It needs to inspire and invigorate both workers and customers alike, at the same time as reflecting the personality and the values of the organisation. In addition, however, it needs to take into account the obligations that businesses are required to meet in a legal sense, to ensure safe working environments for their employees.
All good luxury interior design schemes require the closest attention to detail, and this is no less the case in the commercial environment where style and practicality absolutely must co-exist.
We pride ourselves on our ability to create beautiful and exclusive commercial interiors using only the very highest quality materials and suppliers which are aimed at enhancing both efficiency and aesthetic appeal. Our approach to commercial interior design is one which fully takes into account both the needs and the ideas of those within the business, so that the result is one which still carries the client’s own unique and distinctive mark rather than merely expressing what would otherwise be predominantly our own style.
After an initial onsite meeting, or series of meetings as required, we typically develop a scheme using mood boards and scaled floor plans for your consideration and approval, and it is from these that the project then develops towards completion.
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