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First impressions matter, and there’s no exception for law offices. It’s essential for large law firms to design their offices in a way that reflects favourably on their high-paying clientele. Discover how to make your law office comfortable for your employees while conveying confidence and style to your clients.

Mixed Materials

Incorporate furniture made from materials that offer comfort and practicality for your employees, while impressing clients with high expectations.

For example, organics add rich character to an office space. Hardwoods like oak or walnut bringing life to the space, and stained wood gives a natural look that subtly suggests transparency between client and counsel.

Adding some metallic furniture to the mix gives off a clean industrious look, too. Together, these contrasting materials make a clean, forceful impression that will make clients feel secure.

Unobtrusive Storage

Avoid cluttered workspaces with accessible storage cabinets that help keep your office orderly while displaying competence. Even though most storage might be in back offices out of a client’s sight, simple, unobtrusive filing cabinets allows employees to not only perform tasks efficiently, but shows relevant information is readily accessible your team.

Unified Colour Palette

Private offices allow for more personality, but don’t stray far from the rest of the office décor. While unique touches will add some visual interest, it’s important to show that the legal office puts forth a united front. Clients are paying for the expertise of a powerful legal team, so a strong degree of uniformity is essential.

Thoughtful Placement

Individual pieces count for much more if they are placed in areas that maximize their impression. Conference tables are the focal point for where the legal team comes together to strategize and apply their hard-won expertise. Thus, the boardroom is an ideal spot for an imposing mahogany table.

This sort of centrepiece shows the firm can afford to spend money on finer things, illustrating the tangible success the firm enjoys. Clients will then feel confident in your legal team’s capable hands.

With these considerations in mind, your law office has the foundation to decorate its office in a way that assure clients that their confidence is well-placed. Explore Track Office Furniture to find the options available to your firm.

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