impressions are important and decorating the reception area should
be your first priority.
Beautiful photos placed in
the visitors waiting area will create a comfortable environment,
helping your visitors relax.
Lighting in the reception is usually
subdued so 1-2 down lights directed 45degs towards the photo is
all that is needed.
The size of the photos depend on the space, 30 & 40inch are
a good start.
This is where you can make a statement.
By using appropriate photos you can create a mood.
warm Sunrise " Renewal,
moody Sunset " Closure,
road " the start of a
journey, " A
peaceful Lake " Satisfaction,
scenery " decorative,
" time & place,
" the environment, "
Your boardroom size will dictate how many photos you use but for
the best impact, the size of the photos should be as big as possible.
Lighting with down lights directed
only at the photo will highlight the image.
Importance of the person and the office
size are clues to how big a photo should be in each office.
The type of image can be a personal choice and would probably reflect
the character and status of each person.
The Managing director's office needs special treatment, photo selection
could be similar to the boardroom or as chosen by the MD.
Lighting would be the same as before.
Open work spaces.
These areas are usually for staff so
the photos would be used to create a pleasant working environment.
Images of peaceful scenery
are best while moody and strong colored photos may excite too much.
This of course is just a guide because you may want to create an
exciting work place.
Any area where the public may gather is a great place to show off,
so here you can use strong photos
that could portray the goals of your company.
Staff lunch room.
Use photos that excite,
this will keep the staff on the go and eager to get back to work.
These are suggestions to inform and help.
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