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Designing for a commercial space can be extremely tricky at times, and it’s best to employ a professional designer to assist in the planning and designing phases.
Commercial interior design is sometimes referred to as contract design. It’s main components consist of design, professional team coordination, planning, budgeting, specifying and purchasing furniture and accessories, and installation.
We offer our commercial clients free design consultations (a $150 value) and complimentary renderings. During this consultation, our lead designer will come out to your commercial space to learn more about the timeline, budget, and objectives.
Within 24 hours you will usually have a fixed estimate along with other pertinent information to help you make a decision if working with a professional commercial interior designer or decorator is right for you.
When you are ready to set up your consultation call us at 314-262-4493.
Commercial Interior Design Specialty Areas
Designing for entertainment purposes pertains to spaces such as movie theaters, clubs, concert halls, music venues, and more. It also includes the sound and television aspects of restaurants, bars, casinos, and more.
A facilities manager on a commercial interior design project assists in developing schedules for upkeep and maintenance, safety and code concerns, and lighting and sound needs. You can think of this role as project manager during a commercial construction or renovation project.
A government commercial designer is familiar with the very specific needs associated with government agencies such as military, local government, state and federal buildings. These designers focus on areas such as child care, education, religious, correctional, fire, police, library, and auditorium spaces.
Health care commercial interior designers create environments for hospitals and medical clinics. Their objectives include making environments friendly for special needs patients, and also making the environment friendly and inviting.
Hospitality design focuses on environments that entertain or host. These types of venues include restaurants, clubs, country clubs, golf facilities, cruise ships, conference halls, cafes, coffee shops, and more!
Office Interior Design
Office focuses on designing a space that improves employee efficiency, production, and collaboration. You can read more about Office Interior Design on our office page.
Retail interior designers focus on store planning. They tend to concentrate on retail venues, including clothing boutiques, department stores, furniture stores, showrooms, and other retail venues that serve the public.
Call us today to speak with a designer in more detail about our design process! 314-262-4493