Commercial Office Makeover
One of the more unique projects that we’ve worked on recently is this dental office makeover. The office was stuck in the past with dated décor and a need for some major overhauls to get the place feeling fresh and clean for years to come.
Running with the Florence Dental Branded Blue, we created a design that is colorful and playful yet tailored and sophisticated.
Phase 1 of this project was to work on the entry stairwell, the waiting room, and the employee breakroom.
The original foyer featured a strong blue painted handrail and an old worn carpet. We updated the space with fresh paint, a new handrail, and a new carpet. The décor was modernized with this farmhouse wood sign featuring a cute saying brush, rinse, smile, and the Florence, MA zip code.
Entering the waiting room, we updated the entry door with a glass door to let in as much light as possible. The vinyl wallpaper made for durable and easily washed walls and gave us a place to provide color and interest. Just inside the front door, a wall of hooks and an umbrella stand provide a spot for patients to hang their coats. The TV console gave us closed storage to hide brochures and magazines that don’t need to be out so that the space feels organized.
A variety of seating provides plenty of space for patients to wait. The blue vinyl pops nicely against the wallpaper and is easily cleaned from spills and such. The office provided these fun pieces of “dental art” that give a playful aesthetic to the room.
The breakroom also was given a major facelift. Since we were keeping the existing blue cabinets, our palette was determined. This grey wallpaper with a fun geometric pattern acted as our art for space. The rest of the room was about streamlining the needed storage so that the room felt clean and organized yet pretty.
We love how this office came out. It was a fun challenge to work with building codes and other compliance needs that were outside of our normal realm. No detail was overlooked in this project – we even ordered the cups, and plates for the kitchen!
We’ve now entered phase two of the project working on the operatories and bathrooms. We can’t wait to see the whole space come together!