Offices with Tin Ceilings
Whether you’re designing a home office or a commercial work space, layout and design considerations are of utmost importance because you want to create an environment that encourages productivity yet simultaneously fosters creativity and innovation. If you do work from home, make sure you have a designated workspace that’s a separation of church and state. Would you be motivated or at the top of your game with drab walls, bad lighting and uncomfortable chairs?
So what really makes a cool office?
Typically an office space is formal, but that doesn’t mean you can’t branch out and show your personality. Tin ceilings are a surefire way to spruce up a workspace. With special sound properties, they’re not only beautiful, but also functional. Traditional panels add character with a combination of color and texture. If you have a suspended grid system, consider our beautiful and functional Acoustical Drop-In tiles that have special sound suppression properties. When used in conjunction with acoustical pads, ambient noise is reduced by 85%, perfect for creating a quiet work area so you can block out those sales and customer service calls.
Your 9-5 space should make you feel comfortable but professional. Furniture is a big consideration. For startups and small offices, collaborative workspaces are all the rage since they’re space saving and encourage team building. However, at the end of the day you want to make sure everyone has a retreat when they need some quiet productive time.