Make a Great First Impression Designing Your Office Entrance

By on August 30th, 2019

Walking into an office should feel like walking into your own home… fresh, welcoming, and exciting! Believe it or not but the way your office entrance is designed sets the tone for the whole office and is the first and last impression you set for anyone who enters and leaves. Clients and employees will judge the quality of your operations and the corporate culture by the look and feel of the entrance, and if you want to impress them, then it would be in your best interest to design an office entrance that sends the right message. Office entrance designs should be approached practically and balanced with simplicity, color, company logo, and adequate seating. Below are some examples of office entrances designed by Kanika Design that are simple, reflect the company’s goals, and have great personality.

They say the first impression is the last impression. Modern contemporary design elements highlighted the office entrance area.

This office entrance was designed to incorporate the company logo in order to build the brands presence and smoothly integrate the design with the corporate office environment.

To balance out the office entrance, we used a color scheme of neutral, warm, and restful colors such as browns, reds, blues, and greens using furniture, artwork, and accessories.

The modern bright yellow Carmichael Chairs and wooden pivot pie coffee table added simplicity and warmth to the office entrance. 

Robotic themed wallpaper gave the reception space a cool vibe that left kids wanting to explore more of this modern design space!

The entrance to this Yoga Studio was designed to be elegant and classy with some modern design elements that left a wonderful and lasting impression on clients.