Re: interior design for a meetingroom

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Posted by  michelle on March 27, 2004 at 15:24:47:

In Reply to:  interior design for a meetingroom posted by owdwo on March 22, 2004 at 00:45:10:

hello -
My first impression of the room was the chairs. I thought the chairs were great. They look comfortable and they are all in neat lines next to each other. More importantly the line of vision from the chairs leads the viewer to look at the board at the head of the room. This is good for the workers that work there becasue it helps them pay attention to the work. The atmosphere is cool and sophisticated. It has a proper professional attitude. This can also be a problem because it can be boring. Colors can help extremely. You don't even have to make it a big deal to make a few changes. The room looks great as it is. Just add more color, like make the carpet red or change the color of the chairs, to maybe orange or make something yellow or something. But dont add too much color, because it gets too distracting. So in the future you can do that. But architecturally hte layout is good.

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