The lines have never been more blurred between work and home. As employee needs and wants evolve, resimercial design blends the best of residential and commercial furnishings to create a workspace that is comfortable and familiar, while being flexible and inspiring. The reality is that most people are putting in longer hours at work, so why not provide them a space they actually want to live and work in?
"Resimercial design blends the best of residential and commercial furnishings to create a workspace that is comfortable and familiar"
Not Just Another Trend
Residential-inspired features and furnishings create a homelike atmosphere. The style is growing in popularity over the more standardized feel of typical workplace products, making it a design movement, not just a trend.
Plug In and Out
Resimercial design creates open spaces for collaboration as well as private places for individual, focused work. The variability of the design makes it possible for employees to work how they need to work, on any given day or hour.
Durability is Key
The bottom line is workplaces see a lot of traffic. Choosing material that is inspired by residential design but with commercial-grade finishes is important for upkeep.
Less Structure, More Flexibility
When it comes to the layout of your resimercial-inspired space, don’t forget about the details like noise and traffic patterns. For example, it might be distracting for employees completing solo work to have their office or cubicle placed next to an open conference area or lounge. Be considerate of everyone’s needs and requirements.
Is your office ready to improve efficiency and creativity?
Contact the McCoy-Rockford team and our experts will navigate you through your options.