The pandemic meant a huge shift to working from home and while the pandemic is (hopefully) over, the new “normal” way of work is for a
For example, a retail store has to have people on-site! Factories, while they might rely on some automation, must have people in schools, hospitals, medical centres and others won’t be able to offer extensive work-from-home options.
Even if your place of work has many employees working from home for 50% of the week, it doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t consider a refresh.
To accommodate the new “normal”, you could factor in hot desking, areas for more Zoom or Teams’ meetings and facilities perhaps to encourage people to spend more time at the office and less time working in their lounge!
Just a few, nice refreshing elements can make all the difference. Here are some ideas from Paint Club:
Select pale colours, like creams, pale greys, off-whites etc. to brighten up a dark office. For small, private offices you might want to be a little more daring and select warm colours like mulberry, chocolate browns to complement rich looking furnishings or deep navy blues which give an infinitely smart appearance