If you want business success in 2013, you need to design a reception area that reflects your business brand and makes your customers feel right at home.
How do you accomplish this objective?
First, you need to clearly identify the message you want to convey about your business when your clients first enter your reception area.
Do you want a high end professional reception area, a casual reception area or a home atmosphere?
This decision will be based on your business type and the level of sophistication of your customer base.
One feature your reception area should include is articles of your business success stories – frame them and hang them on the walls.
You may even want to run an educational video in the waiting room that highlights the services your business offers.
Serve coffee, tea and small treats in the reception area. Self-serve stations are the best for customer convenience.
Don’t forget to have clean, vibrant walls and good lighting throughout your reception. Freshly painted walls can brighten up any reception room. Also office plants should be purchased for added warmth and appeal.
Read Edwards & Hill Office Furniture’s article Good Impressions: How To Design A Business Reception Area and come visit our showroom to get started on your interior design and furniture layout.
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