Inspiration for the daily grind

For many of us, we spend more than 38 hours confined within the four walls of our office; a stark and sometimes uninspiring canvas unless you work for Google (see below).

Art on display within the office is not only aesthetically pleasing but can represent a great business investment (just ask my financial advisor). A unique piece of art can provide an interesting focal point and portray a warm, inviting and welcoming environment.

What does your office say about your brand?

What we hang on our walls is often a reflection of our business, just as what we hang on our walls at home is a reflection of our family and who we are. It’s also proven to have a positive impact on productivity and efficiency of your employees.

Kim Munro from Aussie Home Loans Maitland recently chose to adorn her office walls with two of my fine art prints, bringing some freedom and creativity to the office.

Kim wanted to support a local artist and chose two local landmarks to hang in the office. 

“I chose Reflections on Lostock and Melville Morning Mist as they’re stunning shots and simply speak for themselves. They are inspiration for our staff and clients alike!” said Kim.

Alison Perrott Director and Branch Manager at Ord Minnett picked her JLFAP (Lone Tree) for it’s soothing colours and intriguing perspective.

“Our chosen JLFAP is currently hanging in our boardroom and sets the tone perfectly”, said Alison.

Office or home, I’d love to know… what’s on your walls?


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