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The idea of what a kitchen needs to be has changed over the last few decades. Up until only a few decades ago, it was a room hidden away where the lady of the house (or, for a lucky few, perhaps a helper) would do all of the cooking.
The stakes were certainly high when we worked on the LSG kitchen at the Auckland Airport. Find out how it went.
Fitting out a café or restaurant properly can be just as crucial as the food you plan to serve.
Recently, we mentioned how important colour is for interior design in the home. It’s no less important when designing the interior of shops, although it needs to be considered differently. Colour invokes emotions, and shoppers often subconsciously make a decision about what they’ll buy (and indeed, whether they’ll make a purchase at all), based on colour.
During the recession, retailers tried different strategies to encourage customers to shop with them. Interestingly, one of the most successful tactics was to enhance the overall in-store customer experience. This meant revamping the interior look of stores and making it easier for customers to buy there.
Who’s heard the colour rule that white makes a room look bigger? That’s often the number one rule that people consider when interior decorating.