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Why book an office interior designer through Airtasker?

If you spend 40+ hours a week in one area, it makes sense to turn it into a place that’s comfortable, aesthetically pleasing, and conducive for whatever you need to accomplish. But it can be a hassle to look for all the right people with a limited budget. That’s where Airtasker comes in.

With just a few taps and in a few minutes, you can easily find a designer who can design, remodel, or beautify your office. Whether you’re planning on developing three entire floors, a couple of rooms, or a small home office, you can easily find a commercial interior designer through our platform.

Convenience isn’t the only advantage of hiring through Airtasker! You also get to work within your budget since our platform lets you specify your range, and potential designers submit offers based on this. Plus, you get to read customer reviews before you pick a Tasker. This helps you make sure you get the most out of your design budget. Ready to find an office interior designer near you? Tap the “Post a task” button to get started.

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Top Office Interior Designers related questions

The seven elements of interior design are space, light, texture & pattern, colour, line, form, and furniture & objects. A good office interior designer will be able to apply these to your space. Unlike interior decorating, which involves an existing area to which furniture, wallpaper, and other elements will be added, the interior design consists of getting to know the room, making modifications based on the user’s needs or purpose, and designing the area in line with these requirements. 

There are many ways to decorate your office - while there is no exact right or wrong, an experienced commercial interior designer can help you craft a space that’s conducive for working. This can even help you and your team run your business! Some decorating tips include proper storage areas and spaces, choosing an accent colour that will energise you (blue in particular is linked with productivity), adding attractive light fixtures, and adding texture through furniture or decor. 

As a general rule of thumb, express yourself, but know when to reel it in. You can encourage your team to bring personal items, put up fun wall decor, paint an accent wall (or two) in a fun colour), and get indoor plants. You could also consider having an entertaining break area that’ll help people stay energised and creative (think board games, books, a coffee machine, and a snack station). When in doubt, you can always ask a local interior designer.

First, assess your layout. If your home office is in your living room, you may need to move the furniture around a bit. Next, maximise storage space. Consider getting organisers, shelves, or even built-in cabinets. Sliding doors can also help you partition off areas without taking up so much space. Need help mounting shelves or assembling your new furniture? Contact a nearby Tasker for assistance.

Yes, they can! Interior designers can usually handle big commercial spaces as well as compact home offices. Just make sure to mention that your office design request is for your home. It would also help to have a vision: where you want to place the office (in an old guest room, a hallway, or in your living room), what you want it to look like, and any elements or items you’d like to incorporate. 

One of the easiest ways to have a cosier feel to your office is to add an area rug. Next, you may want to revamp your window and lighting fixtures to make them less “industrial” or “mechanical” and homier. You can also add wall art, plants, and decor made of wood or woven materials to bring more natural elements into your office. For a design overhaul, book an expert designer right here on Airtasker.

What do office interior design services include?

When you request office interior design services through Airtasker, you’ll work with a local office designer who’ll assess your needs and design preferences before helping you craft a comfortable office that’s conducive to working and pleasant to look at. They may work with a team of builders and furniture assemblers, so don’t get surprised when you see the number of people who’ll be involved in designing your office. 


The following steps are what’s generally followed by interior designers, though the details may vary depending on your own needs:


Design exploration

Whether you’re about to design an entire floor or just a tiny office in your home, the first thing a Tasker does is to discuss your vision for the space. They’ll ask for your style references, measure each office area, take photos, and ask for the architectural plans. 


Space planning and design concept

Next, your Tasker submits the initial floor plans and starts discussing the creative direction for the office. They may also ask you to select the finishes or materials for your desks or counters during this phase. Depending on the look you want to achieve and your budget, you’ll usually be asked to choose from marble, tile, plastic, and wood. 


For a small home office, this step can be as simple as rearranging your furniture and talking about whether you should upgrade your current desk and chair. 


Design development and specifications

For larger offices, this is when you and the interior designer select the furniture to be built or bought, finalise the floor and ceiling plans, and select the finishes and materials. Expect the interior designer to go into the details of every desk, cubicle divider, door, counter, and even the lights in the hallway. 


Construction and installation

Now that every detail of your new office has been finalised, it’s time to construct and install! The office interior designer brings in builders for your custom-built cabinets and desks. Any light fixtures will be installed and connected by an electrician. Furniture will be brought in for installation. Finally, all the finishing touches - decor, accent rugs, clocks, and blinds will come in. This step usually takes the longest, but the wait will be worth it once you see your vision come to life. Afterwards, you’re free to put in all your items - notepads, files, photos of your kids, and your computer! 


Every space needs a thorough cleaning up every so often. To keep your beautifully designed office in shape, you can ask the help of a commercial cleaning service near you.

Recent Office Interior Designers tasks

Office Interior Design !


The Borough, Greater London

27th Oct 2023

We have a floor of offices (2300 sqft) that we would like some interior design help with This would suit someone with an interest or experience in interior design to help our space look really cool! Can you help? - Due date: Flexible

Modelling for photoshoot of office interior


Tower Hill, Greater London

27th May 2021

This is for modelling the interior of a newly fitted out office. Candidates must be smart and well presented.