Doctors offices, dentists, and even gyms aren’t the most exciting places to walk into. Neutral tones and furniture are universal in these spaces. But there’s some touches you can make to your speciality commercial fitout different from all the others out there, whether you’re a dentist, doctor, or physio.
- For the kids
Dentists, doctors, and even gyms cater to clients with children. Parents mightn’t be able to drop their children off and have no choice to bring them to appointments or a workout. This creates a level of stress they don’t need.
One way to set yourself apart from others in your field is to create a dedicated childcare space. Have a nicely decorated room with appropriately sized furniture, a few boxes of toys, and a shelf full of books. This will get the appreciation of the parents and maybe some five-star-reviews on Facebook. This in turn leads to you getting more clients.
- Play with colour
White can be seen as fresh…or sterile. It’s an important factor during the planning stage of your speciality commercial fitout to keep in mind. You can leave the walls neutral, but don’t be afraid to hang up some artwork and inject some personality into the room.
If you do paint, keep the colour scheme in line with that of your business logo. That way everything is ‘tidy’ and there’s no clashing colours all over the place. If you work in the medical field use calming/trust colours like blue, navy, and green. Gyms on the other hand should use exciting, active colours like red, pink, and other warm hues.
- Get stylish
Break the mould and buy up from IKEA! Or any other stylish furniture store that’s in your budget.
We have other articles in our news section that will help you style your space, from office renovation trends to amazing commercial fitouts from around the world.
Making your speciality commercial fitout different from the rest isn’t as difficult as you might think. Ordering a fit out is an excuse to start from scratch and have a complete makeover of your company image, aesthetically at least. Think about how you go that little bit further to cater to your customers. It can be anything from a children’s play room or having a few private bathrooms with fancy soap.
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