Picking commercial flooring

How to choose the best commercial flooring

There are so many products in the market that it can be a little confusing when you start choosing the best commercial flooring. Choosing the right flooring is very important be it a hotel, a commercial development, a commercially rented property, an office or shop, or an education facility. There are so many aspects you have to consider as you…
How to get a great looking office.

Office Design Guide

Creating an office design derives a huge influence from the brand of the product or the business. An office is where one spends the most productive hours of a day, therefore its style should be well researched. Such factors can be brought about by how well the design concept fits into the plan.   Why Planning for an Office Design…
Making the best of the layout of your cafe

The Importance of layout in cafe design

When deciding on cafe design, there are important factors to consider regarding the layout. Recognising and implementing good layout ideas will help to promote a workable and efficient service in a café thus making it more profitable for the business. Our below advice should help set you on the correct path.   The Customer's First Impressions From viewing the cafe…
restaurant ambience

6 Ways To Improve Your Restaurant

If you are running a restaurant but you feel like things could be improved to make it more appealing to customers, there are some key changes you can make. Here we take a look at several fundamental things that can improve your restaurant. Lighting The lighting in your restaurant plays a huge role in setting the atmosphere so it’s worth…
what does a shop fitter do

What Do Shop Fitters Do?

There are many simple ways to attract customers to your store including improving your store’s aesthetics and making your shelves accessible. Most customers are driven by visual appeal and will often prefer your store over your competitors based on the styling and designs you’ve put in place. This is something that shop fitters know too well. Shopfitters are professionals who…
shop colour schemes

How to Choose the Right Colour Schemes for Your Shop

The brand colours that you choose are one of the principal things your clients will observe in your visual brand. To a large extent, colour provokes connection, overall business mood and emotion. Colour can be utilised broadly as the visual space of expressing your creativity and personality within the brand. Selecting the best colours that connect well with your shop…
shopfitting management

The Importance of Project Management in Shopfitting

Project management is a professional service that oversees the planning, design, as well as the construction stage of a shopfitting project, which is from the beginning to its end. Effective project management is an essential element of transforming your retail environment. Most shopfitting ideas start as a shop owner's DIY ideas. However, it's only with proper project management that your…
why shopfitting

Benefits of Hiring a Contractor for a Shopfitting Project

Shopfitting refers to the furnishing of the interior and exterior of retail premises with fixtures, fitting and business-specific equipment to enhance retail space. As a shop owner, you have an idea of what your store should look like, however choosing the designs, displays or lighting may be overwhelming. Most shopfitting projects begin with do-it-yourself (DIY) ideas. And, while this may…
restaurant ambience lighting

How To Improve The Ambience Of Your Restaurant

As everyone knows, the most enjoyable dining experiences are about more than just great food. Customers want to dine in a relaxed, comfortable environment that will encourage them to return time and time again. The ambience of your restaurant can make a huge difference to the type of customers you attract, how long they spend there and, perhaps most importantly,…
Differences between Cat A and Cat B fitout

The difference between a Cat A & Cat B fit out

The construction industry is full of abbreviations and jargon. When making decisions about acquiring premises and equipping them, it helps to understand the terminology. When dealing with commercial premises the use of the terms “Cat A” and “Cat B” “Fit outs” is common. So, what does it mean and how can understanding the terms help with making the right choices?…