Bring Comfort and Clarity To Your Client’s Law Firm Office
comfort /ˈkəmfərt/ n. a person or thing that helps to alleviate a difficult situation
clarity /ˈklerədē/ n. the quality of transparency; the quality of being coherent and intelligible
Because a law firm office requires a certain level of confidentiality and silence, many interior designers choose to take a traditional approach, putting a heavy emphasis on leather, metal, and wood elements that promote separation and privacy. In this modern age, however, law firm offices are seeking simple, contemporary ways to transform their spaces to not only boost efficiency and productivity, but to encourage comfort, teamwork, and transparency.
One of the first things you should do before beginning any commercial design project is sit down with your client and get to know them, their desired workplace culture, and their design goals. Knowing your clientele is always the first step to a successful collaboration.
Craft A Positive Work Environment
Optimize your client’s office space and make their work environment positive for both employees and clientele.
Increase Employee Interactions
No one likes to feel trapped at work. Enclosed office spaces ensure a high level of privacy but this also closes employees off from each other, limiting their interaction. Even something as small as a smile or wave as someone passes by can have a positive impact on a person’s emotional wellbeing. Brighten your client’s interiors and promote a “friendly” atmosphere by embracing lots of natural light. Think tall windows and glass-walled offices. Glass walls still compartmentalize space and give your clients privacy in terms of noise, but they also help employees feel connected to others attorneys and increase office interaction. If your client is concerned about visual privacy, consider frosted glass for conference rooms or retractable shades that can be drawn and lowered as desired.
Improve Collaboration Among Employees
Every business owner wants a cutting-edge interior that is functional, aesthetically pleasing, and welcoming for their clientele. But what about their employees? Don’t they deserve the same treatment? Search for that perfect balance between comfortable and professional using colors, texture, and furniture, and design a community space, or resource center, for your employees to work in between meetings. This lounge-like room can be stocked with law books and other reference materials as well as cozy sofas and arm chairs for a casual vibe.
Inspire Employees With Wall Art
Blank walls are uninspiring and it has been shown that people who work in enriched office spaces work about 15% quicker than those in plain spaces. Artwork can reflect the law firm’s company values, refresh employees, and energize employees to help them stay engaged on their work. From abstract designs to landscapes to industrial pieces, WallsBeautiful has stunning prints to complete any law firm office space.
Give your client’s employees a new perspective with artwork like:
At the Lake Collection
Vintage & Industrial Collection
Artwork For Any Industry
At WallsBeautiful we make it easy to find high-quality artwork to brighten up your client’s interior. Interested in learning more? Contact our in-house Art Advisor for individualized help on selection and planning by emailing email@example.com.