You already know that besides the location of your property, the curb appeal matters and can make or break your business property. You want to be successful, however, and that means making the most of your property’s good side, and making sure that it is showing at its best. How can you spruce up your commercial property and make it at its best before use?
Your goal is to have customers who enjoy and want to be in your business. This means a clean, peaceful design is necessary. Minimalism is trending, and will help your business in several ways. First, it looks cleaner and more efficient for your business to not have piles of things around, bits of magazines, etc. Secondly, it helps you actually to run your business more effectively, if it’s possible to clean up quickly and take care of countertops and other surfaces easily. Visually, minimalist design is calming, which will encourage your patrons to stay longer and have good associations with your company.
Rethink the Flooring
Concrete flooring is in, but can be cold and uncomfortable for your patrons. If you intend for them to be there for any period of time, there are some steps you can take to make it more comfortable. You can reduce uncomfortable cold floors by painting your concrete. Regular flooring paint is fine, of course, but if you want to up your game, epoxy resin is big right now, as are rubberized coatings which protect customers from the cold, while providing great color and texture.
Plan your Layout
The layout of your store matters greatly, and directs the traffic of your customers in the ways you intend. Knowing there are common customer traffic patterns and natural tendencies of where they look, and what should be located in general areas, can create a great deal of income revenue. You want to direct customer flow in the directions you, the business owner, intend. There is a great deal of research showing that business people can influence sales, simply by the layout design they choose.
Your business is beautiful and individualized to your customer needs. Sprucing up little things which make a huge difference can be key to improving your already blooming sales. Get those footpaths arranged how you want them, and make it comfortable to stay and hang out. Reduce clutter to make your products shine!