When interior design companies talk maximalism, your first thought might be to panic internally. After all, the modern workplace should be clean and professional, not chaotic.
But it doesn’t have to mean chaos. According to Ruth-Anne McMillan of McMillan Interiors of Dublin, a maximalist space uses rich patterns, colors, mixed finishes, and layers while playing with scale and proportion in a way that isn’t afraid to be eclectic and fun.
Compared to minimalism, which reduces a space to the bare necessities with modern lines and patterns, maximalism is creativity set free. Studies have shown in the past that art in the workplace helps with employee productivity and creativity; it is its own art.
You might have a vague idea about how maximalism would be used in the comfort of your own home, but what about the workplace? Design companies might use the following methods in a corporate space:
Whether you prefer maximalism or minimalism, you’re sure to find professional interior design firms who are able to make your workplace dreams come to life.