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Beyond your construction and build budget, you know that you will have to allow for some type of office furniture, lighting and possibly art and window treatments. While not every business needs curtains and chandeliers, that doesn’t mean you can’t make your space unique and impressive. Involving a designer from the beginning is a great way to budget for these “extras” to be considered so that there are no surprises in the end.
But the show-stopper for your walls should truly be in the art you select. This doesn’t mean you have to break the bank. We find beautiful and affordable art every day — in fact, the most popular artworks we have sold lately have been large, colorful unframed canvases of various abstract designs.
Our advice at Yeager Design & Interiors is to use a more updated, residential style of furniture rather than a less-than-impressive big box store option. Accent rugs, transitional tables and lamps alongside all of the other dynamic elements we’ve mentioned are going to give your space a signature, memorable, layered look.
We featured this office in one of our WV Design Team articles for the Charleston Gazette-Mail. To read the full article:Warm up that cold commercial space