Creating a more modern space
We've just started up a medical practise, and we need to redecorate our space to make it look modern and sleek. The building we are moving into was vacant for a while before we moved in, and it looks a bit dated and old. One of the first things we did was remove all of the old wallpaper and replace it with a nice clean layer of semi-sheen paint, and it's made such a huge difference already. This blog has the whole decorating project, as I thought it might be useful for other business administrators and business owners looking to redecorate.
If you're inexperienced with interior decoration, you might think paint is pretty much paint. Choose a brand, choose a colour and you're all set to start painting, right? Unfortunately, there's a lot more to it than that.
When you visit a DIY shop to pick up your paint supplies, there's a good chance you'll be surprised and confused by all of the different types available. It can be bewildering and overwhelming when you have no idea which one you need.
Whether you're painting walls yourself or paying a professional to do it for you, it pays to prepare in advance. If you don't, you're setting yourself up for a disappointing end result and possibly the need to do it all over again not too far in the future.
Usually, when preparing to paint, people give the walls a quick clean, a scrub, and maybe a light brushing with sandpaper, then get going.
In 2014, the Australian Bureau of Statistics reported that almost 1 in 2 Australian children go to a daycare facility. As a daycare facility owner who is in the final design stages of your new building, the interior paint colour you choose right now could make a huge difference to the behaviour of the children who will soon be under your care. Colours impact the psychological behaviour of people, so which colours are best for the walls of your daycare?