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Mural, Springfield Elementary School | Custom Artwork on LuxCore Plus (Fusion)
Wall murals are the biggest, boldest trend in commercial interior design. They’re an instant focal point when you enter a room, and they give visitors something to talk about once they leave. In today’s ever-connected world, they also give an “instagrammable” moment that inspires people to take pictures to share on social media. Digital printing
Gingko Reeds, Yellow, Office Hallway Installation (Fusion, Organics Collection)
Open Offices are easily the most controversial corporate office trend since shoulder pads. Widely popular, open office plans tout a long range of benefits—everything from design flexibility and cost-savings to promoting collaboration amongst coworkers. Despite this, open office plans have their drawbacks. According to a recent study at Harvard University, offices that switch from a
How to Mix Metals Like a Pro in Every Interior
In contemporary design, many rules of the past have proven that they are meant to be broken. Many interior designers are now emboldened to mix and match different metals. For those among us who are accustomed to making every metal accent the same, the idea of mixing two or three metals can be intimidating. Luckily,
Green Valley Grill Copper Bar
In today’s competitive marketplace, restaurants must constantly re-evaluate their design in order to keep up with evolving consumer tastes. Trends come and go in any industry, so how do you know which trends of 2018 will last into 2019 and beyond? As with all design, what goes around comes around and what’s old will always
In recent years, more and more people have turned to direct digital printing for their large format needs. This method of printing has taken the world by storm due to its many advantages that typically outweigh other forms of printing. Compared to other methods, digital printing provides high-quality, low-quantity economical options for its clients. This method
Let’s Be Clear Architects and interior designers love to use translucent materials in commercial and residential spaces for its ability to blend into the design of almost any room without blocking light. Translucent design elements can include wall panels, retail displays, and room dividers as well as cabinet inserts and furnishings. While colors and finish material trends
ATI’s Fusion program allows you to combine artwork and a substrate to create a variety of architectural surface solutions, unique to your particular need and taste.  But, how do you choose and image?  Looking through pages and pages of stock images or trying to come up with a design of your own can be an
In today’s face-paced world, it seems more difficult than ever for retail stores to grab people’s attention through displays.  That means that retailers have to work harder to create retail displays that attracts attention, communicates the store’s products, values, and branding all while remaining modular and cost-effective. The main goal of displays is to attract customers.
SITUATION: On Battleground Avenue in Greensboro, North Carolina, there’s a burger skirmish going on. Not between competitors but within an imaginative new concept restaurant named Burger Warfare.  The dining establishment is a Wall E meets Terminator type of place, where giant robots greet customers and digital camo covers the walls. Part future, part past, it’s
Background: Dunes Village Resort opened in 2006 and has since become the premier family-friendly attraction in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina featuring family activities and panoramic views of white sand beaches. When remodeling certain areas of the resort, interior designer Jessica Cox from Warren and Harmon Commercial Interiors, looked for a way to bring the serene
Industrial interior design has quickly become one of the most popular design styles.  This look allows for all components from furnishings and lighting to walls and floors to be boldly displayed. This theme is brutally honest, focusing on convenience, functionality, and longevity. And while this style is typically used in loft apartments, modern homes, or
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