Sit for 15 minutes in your own waiting room. It can be an eye-opening experience. How long has it been since the cleaning service touched the baseboard? Who’d want to touch, never mind read, one of those dog-eared magazines? What’s that mysterious carpet stain? That’s why, its important to decorating a waiting room with something fresh, good looking and make a good sense in a boring moment.
For a sample, in a hospital patients in with a comfortable entrance area is the first step in making a good first impression. Making sure they can see the receptionist as soon as they enter is the second step. Room the moment patients arrive, it should be clear where to sign in, and there should always be someone there to greet the patient. Such as this awesome waiting room interior ideas of Qliance Medical Group with natural lighting.
So, what are the important thing that should considering in designing and decorating a good waiting room? Windows, wall and floor covering, lighting and seating arrangements are several thing that should be OK and good looking. Don’t give your office an airport look, Furniture suppliers make extra sturdy, wider chairs, some without arms, that appear no different from ordinary seating. Cluster chairs, but no more than five in a group. Whatever you do, don’t line furniture around walls. Create seating vignettes as you would in your living room.
This is an Unique Waiting Room with Pipeline Sofa by Harry Allen. This idea is very out of box, he brought pipeline from plants to waiting room, of course with different function.
This is the Custom Waiting Room Design of Chelsea and Westminster Hospital with Wood Furniture. It was designed with more flexible seating options and a bright material and color palette. Seating bays and colorful visual cues, including floor and wall graphics and LED wall washes, help identify each of the zones, which are also separated by clear screens to maintain staff sightlines within the long, narrow space.