Saturday, June 21, 2014
"Market research should also determine which colors will work with certain demographics. If your store is catering towards Asian Americans, for example, a red color scheme for the store works, as red is synonymous with celebrations and good fortune. Never forget to adapt the official colors of your store’s branding. It is important that your customers’ mood be calmed down to help them reach an educated decision on buying a product. According to Porter, light colors such as orange and brown are “reassuring” to shoppers, and promo shelves with cues such as red arrows can make customers stop and see the items. While adequate lighting can highlight the peaceful mood, your contractor may advise limiting certain colors as accent material to better highlight the merchandise."
Thursday, June 19, 2014
"Gather more details about the demographics and sensitivities in your area. There’s the rub, however: do you want your facility to be bold or do you want it to emphasize discretion? If you are aiming for a certain color that strikes a balance between the two, ask your contractor if they can apply custom-mix paint. If a home has a cool outside appearance, then the same should apply (if not be better) to the inside, which is where epoxy flooring in Albuquerque comes in. Contractors such as JTC vouch for the system because it is applicable on many base surfaces and adheres to them thoroughly. Epoxy floors are common on industrial facility interiors with a great deal of foot and vehicle traffic because they can withstand much abuse; wooden floors with epoxy coatings carry a natural luster or provide design opportunities for, say large corporate logos."