RE/MAX Cornerstone in Brea is a long-time client. In the past, we have worked with this business to put together lightbox cabinet signs, posters, wall graphics, lobby signage, and window graphics. When this client contacted us this time, we talked about the design and installation of additional vinyl wall and window graphics for a new Brea office.
Equipping a New Office with Eye-Catching Graphics
After consulting with the client, we put together a signage suite that benefits the interior of the venue.
- Conference room window graphics. The office has two conference rooms that are ideally suited for client meetings. They are near the entrance where you cannot help but notice them as you walk in. To provide real estate pros and clients some privacy, we prepared etched vinyl conference room glass graphics. One features three stripes with spacing between them. We cut out the words, “Work Hard, Be Nice.” The other displays a large frosted vinyl panel with the company’s name cut out.
- Die-cut wall graphic. The balloon is the hallmark of the RE/MAX brand. Our technicians created one as a graphic to display in the conference room. The depth of color is truly stunning and beautifully displays on the creamy white wall of the area.
Using Vinyl Wall and Window Graphics to Present a Brand Message
The budget-friendly nature and easy installation of these graphics products make them ideal for adding branding touches to your location overnight. You have the opportunity to take previously nondescript walls and window surfaces, and turn them into marketing and branding powerhouses. For many sites, these products are the finishing touches that tie an interior décor together.
For others, they take the places of wall art that would feature brand messages in the past. Wall art used to be the tried and true method of incorporating sales copy in the lobby area as well as the conference room. Rather than presenting “buy me” messages, the use of wall art was more subtle. In many cases, these products could be made to look like product details or specs. Now, wall graphics are quickly taking their places.
Not Just for the Conference Room
Wall graphics are ideally suited for larger wall surfaces that naturally draw the eye. This may be the wall facing the entrance to your office. It may be the wall that a client sees when seated in the conference room. In medical offices, this wall would be facing the exam table. There are plenty of ways to display wall graphics. For branding in the corporate arena, you might also capitalize on the length of hallways to feature your company’s history in some vignettes that we install along this wall.
Discuss Your Window and Wall Graphic Displays with an Expert in the Field
If we have piqued your interest in adding pizzazz to your location while also including a strong brand message, discuss your thoughts with our graphic artist. We help you to put together a look that is unique to your brand. Moreover, we assist you with finding the ideal installation location for the graphics.