Walls, floors and ceilings are the background against which you build your entire commercial space. Dressing them up in quality materials is a must if you want to project professionalism and class. We found a few unique commercial interior finishes that can make your interior look different and fresh, while bringing in some extra function.
If you are planning to build or update your business this year, add them to your list.
Wall panels are a favorite of ours. They come in countless shapes and have an unconventional look. When they also help with noise reduction, the choice becomes even easier for businesses such as offices, restaurants or spas.
The lightweight AuralScapes composite wall panels from Modular Arts are ideal for building structures of sculptural beauty and come with sound-absorption qualities. You may use them to hide an unsightly wall, create a divider or change the landscape of an interior space, while controlling the way the sound travels through the room.
AuralScapes Sound Absorption Wall Panels from Modular Arts
While wall tiles are nothing new, the possibilities they offer are limitless. This porcelain stoneware mosaic celebrates the beauty of limestone but gives it a contemporary twist. The look is fresh and visually intriguing, yet subtlety is not sacrificed.
Boost Stone Mosaic by Atlas Concorde via archiproducts.com
Sheets of Rombini Triangle Red porcelain stoneware take the appearance of ceramic surfaces and bring in their warm textured look. This unique wall-cladding material can turn your two-dimensional walls into 3D geometric displays of color, lights and shades.
Rombini Triangle Red Porcelain Stoneware 3D Wall Cladding by Mutina via archiproducts.com
For an absolutely spectacular sight, look no further than Marazzi’s porcelain stoneware products. The Sodalite Blu Marble Look slabs fill the space with deep tones of blue and gray and organic marble patterns. While used on a grand scale, they are dramatic and intense. However, their visual impact is great even when used for backsplashes, tables, countertops or custom-made furniture.
Sodalite Blu Marble Look from Marazzi
If you cannot decide what material, texture or color you prefer and are overwhelmed by all the commercial interior finishes out there, there is a simple solution. Pintark’s handmade and custom-made Cuboid Surface brings together several components and materials into shapes and patterns that ask for attention.
Cuboid Surface by Pintark via Maison&Objet
Let’s not forget the humble wallpaper. Far from being humble at all, this removable 3D black metallic wallpaper boasting a rich flower-inspired pattern reminds us of the potential visual power of this simple material. It gives texture to the wall’s two-dimensional surface and has a quite dramatic presence.
For a different look with modern vibes, consider these indoor and outdoor polycarbonate panels. Resistant to UV, fading and impact, the panels are lightweight for easy installation and help control the light. Ideal as swimming-pool covers, but excellent for simpler projects such as patio roofs, they add color to your space without sacrificing light.
Polycarbonate Panels from Plataforma Arquitectura
No list of commercial interior finishes would be complete without the versatile concrete. Used in both indoor and outdoor projects, the hand-crafted Trestles concrete blocks have a mid-century vibe given by their decorative geometric openings. Stack them up to create dividers, statement walls or to simply add an unexpected element to your design.
Trestles Concrete Blocks via concrete-collaborative.com
If you are thinking to open a new business or are in the process of rebranding and remodeling your existing business, contact us to get a free consultation from Mindful Design Consulting. Click HERE to price your project design.
Also, take a look at the “Branding By Interior” e-book, the only book written on this subject at this time. It brings insight into how you can turn your business into a market-dominating competitor by using human cognitive responses.