Walls are essential to any office fitout, but that doesn’t mean they have to be boring. There are plenty of ways to make office walls creative, while maximising the natural light and space in your office. Our interior design team go beyond paint colours and artwork to create walls that inspire your team and help them achieve your business goals. Whether you’re looking to refresh your office space or undergoing a complete fitout, these examples from our designers may be just the inspiration you need to rethink the plain old office wall.
Living or Artificial Green Walls
Green walls are a dynamic way to add some 3 dimensional life to your office. Both real & artificial plants are effective at introducing a sense of nature into your workplace. Living plants can make your office more sustainable, by providing natural insulation & reducing air pollution.
Glass allows natural light to filter through the office and make rooms seem bigger than they are. It also fosters an open and collaborative working environment, where everyone feels connected and involved. Glass walls are ideal if you have meeting rooms in the centre of the office, away from windows and natural light.
Timber is often used in fittings and furnishings, but have you considered using it on your walls? It’s an affordable and flexible material that can be used on an entire wall, or designed as a feature to add interest to a particular area of the office. Timber panels can also be used as a screen to divide a large area into smaller spaces, without closing off the area completely.
Using exposed bricks can complement an urban interior design, adding visual and textural contrasts. It’s ideal for older or heritage-listed buildings as it highlights the architectural features of the building. Exposed brick walls can also make the space seem warm and cozy.
Graphics on walls are becoming hugely popular. From the chalkboard where staff can add notes, to visuals that capture the values of the company. It’s a cost-effective solution to add colour to your office space and instantly transform the look and feel of a room. Whether you use removable decals or paint on the wall directly, there are plenty of options.
Eco panelling is light, flexible, fire resistant, affordable and environmentally friendly. It provides excellent sound absorption, making it ideal for meeting spaces or quiet rooms. Great way to add interest, warmth and texture.
Operable walls are constructed with movable, interlocking panels suspended from an overhead track system. They’re ideal for companies that require a flexible workspace. They can be used to divide large spaces into smaller areas, such as meeting rooms, extra offices or function spaces. Operable walls come in a range of colours and finishes, including integration of whiteboards to foster creativity, so your walls can align to the rest of your interior design.