Naturally Masculine Design Board

Professional Organization and Interior Decorating

A masculine feel to a space can still appeal to your female patients – after all, studies show that women are the main decision makers for family health care needs in 80% of households in the US.

Natural materials such as the pieced cowhide rug and the large cork pendants blend beautifully with the modern touches of chrome.

Naturally Masculine Design Board for Dental Office

Hale Navy by Benjamin Moore is a fantastic color for cabinetry, an accent wall or upholstery, and Sea Pine is a complimentary green that can be carried down hallways and used in restrooms.

The slightly green undertone of the main wall color, Alabaster by Sherwin Williams, will not clash or wash out the blues and greens used in the rest of the space, allowing them to subtly shine as the stars.

Small doses of mustard in artwork work very nicely, and can be carried throughout the practice.

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White Done Right!

Professional Organization and Interior Decorating

Are you feeling brave??

An all-white office is definitely not for the faint of heart, but can certainly be a calming, relaxing space for your patient family.

However, there are some tricks to employ to avoid feeling cold, austere or uninviting.

This board is a favorite of mine, and can be tweaked to incorporate for feminine touches, or steer more toward the masculine.

White Office Design Board

Using Pure White from Sherwin Williams as the main color will keep the white walls from feeling cold as it is just a smidge off-white and on the warm spectrum. Use Chantilly Lace from Ben Moore, a true white, for the trim and if you have cabinetry or an alcove to highlight, Revere Pewter (also Benjamin Moore) is a gentle warm taupe. Pale Oak from the same company will be a lovely complimentary color for hallways or treatment rooms.

Bring in more warmth and subtle color with beautiful abstract artwork, and consider a three-dimensional piece of art, such as a macrame wall hanging – very trendy right now!

Using wood accents will also warm up the space, and ground the white surroundings just enough to keep your patients feeling balanced.

One last tip to ‘do white right’, is to expand beyond plain white – blend in off-whites, light grays, light greens, and light pinks to make the white really shine.

And if leather is not in the budget, be sure to use scotch-guard on your fabrics!

Love what you see? Let On Point Space help elevate your patient experience with our design services!

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