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1 Interior Design Trends for Retail Healthcare Foodservice 1 Presented by Nancy Inman Principal, I-Group Interior Design

2  It is in your hospital cafeteria that these two worlds meet – and we will give you real suggestions for how to successfully marry these two environments by using inspired finish materials, color, textures and lighting. 2  A hospital should offer both physical and emotional healing through a warm and comforting aesthetic.  The vibe of a restaurant is intentionally created to enhance the overall experience of dining and socializing within the space.

3 3 Still a subtle color scheme, but a much warmer, more inviting atmosphere. A subtle color scheme using appropriate materials, but somehow lacking…

4 4 A subtle color scheme using appropriate materials, but somehow lacking… Still a subtle color scheme, But a much warmer, more Inviting atmosphere.

5  Elements ◦ Space ◦ Line ◦ Color ◦ Shape / form ◦ Texture ◦ Value  Principles ◦ Contrast ◦ Rhythm ◦ Unity ◦ Balance ◦ Pattern ◦ Movement

6  Red ◦ The most emotionally intense color ◦ Stimulates appetite ◦ Because of intensity most often used only as an accent ◦ Used for holidays centered around love (although pink is more accurate for this psychologically)  White ◦ Symbolizes innocence and purity ◦ Used to project the absence of color, or neutrality ◦ Healthcare professionals wear white to imply sterility

7  Blue ◦ Instills feelings of calm & peacefulness ◦ Symbolizes loyalty ◦ Promotes productivity in business environment ◦ Has been shown to cause loss of appetite  Green ◦ Symbolizes nature ◦ Current popularity due in part to our environmental concerns ◦ One of the easiest colors on the eye ◦ Often used for its calming effect

8  Yellow ◦ Sunny yellow is an Attention getter ◦ Enhances concentration in limited amounts ◦ can lead to irritation and loss of temper with prolonged exposure ◦ Increases metabolism  Purple ◦ Symbolizes wealth, royalty & spirituality ◦ Known to promote restfulness & sleep ◦ since it is somewhat rare to find in nature it can appear exotic or artificial

9  Brown ◦ Evokes a sense of strength & reliability ◦ Symbolizes warmth, comfort & security ◦ Often described as natural & down-to-earth  Orange ◦ Considered an energetic color ◦ Brings about feelings of excitement & enthusiasm ◦ Can cause intense irritability with prolonged exposure

10  Know your audience  Choose colors and materials that enhance the mood you want to project in your facility  Understand that every person will have a somewhat personal reaction to colors

11 Limited use of red and yellow to get attention Warm browns to create a sense of warmth and home Strong use of red to get attention and stimulate appetite

12 Use of light / bright colors to give the illusion of space Use of browns / wood tones to balance the light colors and create warmth Use of orange to grab attention Use of greens / blues to soothe effect of orange

13  Finish materials must be appropriate for this busy environment ◦ Safety for your staff and guests is of primary concern ◦ Extreme durability runs a close second ◦ Ease of maintenance is next on the list

14  FLOORING ◦ CARPET TILES VS ROLL CARPET ◦ WOOD LOOK VINYL VS REAL HARD WOOD ◦ CERAMIC OR PORCELAIN TILE ◦ QUARRY TILE VS EPOXY FLOORING

15  Wallcoverings ◦ Paint ◦ Vinyl Wallcovering ◦ Protective wall surfacing

16  Ceiling Materials ◦ Cleanable surface for the food prep & serving areas ◦ Acoustic tiles for sound deadening ◦ Decorative tiles for warmth & style

17  Furnishings ◦ Layout of dining area to facilitate needs of your customers ◦ Table shape, size and materials ◦ Booth seating VS freestanding chairs ◦ Misc items – don’t overlook the need for trash & recycling receptacles to coordinate with design

18  Some “bang for your buck” items ◦ Appropriate materials and shapes for countertops ◦ Attention grabbing signage ◦ Lighting to enhance specific areas ◦ 3-form or other decorative panels for design impact

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