One of our recent projects for client Craigard was to improve the circulation space within one of their commercial properties, Imperial House, Southampton. We added a splash of colour and clear signage to help tenants and visitors navigate the building. Although the decorative finishes were in good order, the interior scheme was a bit drab […]
As designers, we are always looking for ways to do things differently, or to improve methods of decoration. In this blog we will look at the impact that advances in digital printing have and are still having on the interior. It’s not that long ago that all our printing needs were provided using the conventional […]
When we are asked by a client to design the interior of, for example, an office or restaurant, we not only look at the colours, the materials and the furnishings, we also spend a considerable amount of time ensuring that everything fits within the space. A restaurant with space for only 4 dining tables is […]
Picture this. It’s 1970. A suited and booted individual arrives at the office in a Vauxhall Cavalier, parks diligently in his dedicated parking space, does a full 9-5 day in his box of an office, only venturing out for lunch at 1pm. Back then, the more you achieved, the more prestigious your personal enclosed box […]
Yellow Interiors will be at Peter Green Contracts networking event on Monday 23rd April 4-6pm where we will give some insight into the benefits of Smart Agile working.