Medical spa consultation room

Hi. I have a medical treatment clinic. I would like to up grade my consultation room to make it looks more high end medical spa. which wallpaper or colour ( for one side of wall only and which wall?) should I used to make it look more professional medical spa. Thank you
q medical spa consultation room, home improvement, Consultation room
Consultation room
q medical spa consultation room, home improvement
q medical spa consultation room, home improvement
q medical spa consultation room, home improvement
q medical spa consultation room, home improvement, Consultation room
Consultation room
q medical spa consultation room, home improvement, This is the logo wall behind receptions how can I do to upgrade it
This is the logo wall behind receptions. how can I do to upgrade it?
q medical spa consultation room, home improvement
  11 answers
  • Diane Taylor Noel Diane Taylor Noel on Nov 07, 2016
    I like the Waves Paintable. Very soothing and I think it will go well with your light fixture.
  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Nov 07, 2016
    I like the waves as well but I would paint it to make it a bluish green.
  • William William on Nov 07, 2016
    I agree! The Waves Paintable on the wall under the soffit. Also two tall, but narrow graphic type pictures, related to your business, on the wall behind the desk.
  • Johnchip Johnchip on Nov 07, 2016
    The room is way to small for dimensional 'movement'. Bizaro's 'wave' / sea colored room idea would be overwhelmingly tacky, only serving in a large comercial lobby space. The wall behind you should be simple grasscloth or a satin finish one color possibly with a hoizontal element (diplomas/professional certificates, small framed pictures, painting, mirror) above your head. The side wall maybe a sophisticated simple pattern paper base colored to match big wall color. Is this to be a professional consult room to gain the client's confidence (and contract) or an aquarium of delusionary distractions?
    • Peg13212179 Peg13212179 on Nov 07, 2016
      Hi, Johnchip. Should I keep my current wall colour and just change the wall with the picture to greenish grasscloth? What do you think about the same grasscloth in the reception area where the logo is on?
  • Johnchip Johnchip on Nov 07, 2016
    Yes. And match the walls with a satin finish two shade lighter paint finish. Now the reception desk can use your wave pattern. it is way too uninviting as is. Make it two shades darker than the grass cloth.
    • Peg13212179 Peg13212179 on Nov 08, 2016
      Hi, do you mean this one on the wall in the consultantation room? And two shades darker than this colour with wave 3D for the reception logo wall? Won't it be too dark? Thank you
  • Lucy Marie Bernier Lucy Marie Bernier on Nov 08, 2016
    Keep the color put an ocean scene on one wall. Like wallpaper. Just cut out what you need from wallpaper. Add pieces from wallpaper to other wall. Other wall would be accents.
  • Edie Zsuzsics Edie Zsuzsics on Nov 10, 2016
    I agree with Lucy about keeping the color. Pale blue is a restful calming color. But none of the patterns I saw add anything to the overall concept if you want a relaxing confident ambiance. Why not try shading in a gradient fashion? Start with a darker (but still pale) blue at the bottom of the wall, then work in a lighter shade in each consecutive shading (so it overlaps somewhat), ending at the top in the palest blue. Do it only on one wall but I would do it on the small wall on the right, not the one directly behind the desk. I don't care much for the glass and chrome decor but that just personal preference. Too 'institutional' for me. Swapping it out may not be an option for you. But you could soften the effect with a pop of color - a spa flower (like a lavender or pale pink orchid (artificial or not) in a dark blue or white vase. I would try to hide some of the unsightly wires also and put carpeting on the floor (perhaps in a geometric muted blue - that would work with the glass and chrome, or if you switched to oak or oak-like furniture, a gray/blue ). Good luck, whatever you decide.
  • Grace Gleason Grace Gleason on Nov 11, 2016
    Peggywei, whatever else you do, get the electric cables under control. Cables hanging all over the place doesn't look very "high end".
  • Don4606929 Don4606929 on Nov 12, 2016
    The wall color is good, but a little too cool, warm the space up with wood, either by changing out the desk or ship lap for an accent wall.
  • Julie Julie on Nov 13, 2016
    I would like to suggest adding some warmth to the space by bringing in some wood. The contemporary furnishings need some softening. A few floating wood shelves behind your desk to display your credentials along with a piece of art should help. It also gives the client something to view while waiting for you. An alternative to the wave pattern panels there are many...options of professional peel and stick wall decals/murals that can add interest without making the room appear smaller. An electric floor model water fountain would also add some ambiance as long as it is quite enough that it doesn't disrupt your conversation with your clients. Would love to see your finished project! Best of luck to you!
  • Marra Marra on Nov 13, 2016
    There are too many lines going in too many directions. Either change out the desk to something more solid or, change the chairs to straight legs. The area needs some warmth and someplace for the eye to rest, wood is a good option, and yes, get the cables under control.