Construction Specialties Emphasizes Coordinated Finishes at NeoCon@htagvalue> Monday, June 20, 2022
To distinguish themselves among the field of provider options, healthcare companies and professionals have recognized the need to offer additional amenities and services. In response, interior design has played an increasingly more important role in the patient experience. As such, designers who specialize in healthcare environments have readily transitioned from an institutional approach to one modeled more by hospitality. When specifying colors, furniture, fixtures, and décor, designers seek products that help create a comfortable and attractive experience for all patients — and one that fosters a healing environment.
Meanwhile, for all areas of contract design, coordinated finish options that extend across multiple interior product categories eases time spent in the research phase of specification. Designers can access interchangeable options to produce a seamless material palette.