Office interior design is a huge means to convey what your business all is concerning. A digital office topic is fine for a business that uses computers or other technology, or deals with companies that perform so. There are numerous ways to add in a digital theme into your office interior design.
Flat Panel TV
A wall-mounted flat panel TV will make your digital office appear expensive and state-of-the-art. Place it in a waiting area, tuned to an all-news channel. Or run a photo slideshow that binds in with your trade or business. One more choice for a TV is in the conference room, to be used in its place of a projector for presentations. If your accounts permit, get both.
Digital Photo Frames
Decorate your wall with one or more digital photo frames. These can show just one photo or cycle through a group of photos. Show photos of your products, your employees, or just items that interest you or that you think will interest those visiting your office. For example, a company that makes racing bicycles could show photos of customers and their bicycles, maybe in races they’ve entered.
Digital Wall Murals
Consider a full wall mural with a brightly-colored eye-catching photograph. Pick a wall that is opposite the main entrance so it catches your eye when you enter. This could be either in your office reception area, or in a conference room or large common room. Choose a photo that expresses your business theme or location, or, if it’s a very small business, your own personality.
Design a color palette. Start with a focus item. If you are using the wall mural idea above, choose that. If not, pick a piece of artwork, an item relating to your business or even your company logo. For example, a company that organizes outdoor travel excursions could use a kayak or a decorative snowboard. Pick colors from your focal object: one or two dominant colors and some lighter, more neutral shades. Use these colors to pick paint for the walls, window treatment colors, and colors for carpeting and furniture.
A digital theme dictates modern looking furniture. Look for items with stainless steel accents, glass and bright colors. Choose waiting room chairs with square angles and a modern look. Get a reception desk that fits the theme and color scheme. Carry the theme into the conference room and any other open areas. Each individual office can vary the theme a bit, based on the tastes of the office occupant, but should not be a big departure from the theme or color scheme.