Wall décor For Banks

Wall décor is a unique idea to personalising and enhancing the appearance of your bank office in Huntingdon.

A bank is often regarded as boring and dull; however it doesn’t have to be.

The appearance of any building affects the way customers feel and how they remember the building can seriously affect the success rate in the future.

How about bringing a little bit of vintage nostalgia to the walls with an old lock and key wallpaper to illustrate the early days of banking and to give your walls a satirical twist on the concept modern day banking.

Or if you’re looking for something a little more local, how about a map of your banks location as a form of wall decoration? You could even use your town’s older maps to show the progression of growth in your city, village or town by hanging antique tapestries illustrating the maps to give your bank an old fashioned appearance.

People always enjoy finding out new things about their town’s history, so how about hanging up a few framed photos of how your town looked a few years back or maybe hit the library and find some photos of true historical worth to hang on your walls.

This will enhance your banks civic pride and will help you gain respect from customers as you have shown your interest in their history.

If you want to step outside the box a little more, consider some antique clock wall décor to help pass the time during banking hours. To take it one step further, how about purchasing some real clock hands to attach to the wall, giving the clocks a more realistic feel and making your bank look more interesting.

All of these ideas for wall décor are sure to brighten up even the dreariest wall and make your bank look fascinating and distinct.

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No Space For Waste

Making your office in bury st Edmunds a more eco-friendly place may seem like an exhausting and challenging task that you may avoid for weeks on end.

However, by making your office more environmentally friendly, you can save yourself a heap of cash whilst being proud of the fact that you’ve done your part for Mother Nature. By following these 3 simple steps, you can learn how to make a start on turning your wasteful office to something a little greener.

The first step is to remember to use electricity wisely. Often we don’t think about the costs of leaving a computer on or forgetting to switch off a printer however we never see what impact it has on our environment.

Electricity is most commonly generated from fossil fuels such as oil, coal and natural gas.

By cutting back on the amount of electricity we use, we are not only reducing the amount of fuel needed to produce a full unit of energy output, we are also helping to reduce our carbon footprint and therefore, help the environment.

So, before you leave the office, have a peek round at all the desks to ensure that all the computers, monitors, lights and any other technical devices are switched off. Also, throughout the year make sure that you take full advantage of the natural sunlight as much as you can.

If you need to use light bulbs, how about switching to compact fluorescent bulbs or LED bulbs instead of using incandescent ones to help cut back on the overall energy usage.

It cannot be stressed enough how important recycling is.

By recycling everything you use, you will help to prevent the huge negative impact that waste has on the natural environment such as habitat destruction and harmful chemicals that are released from the waste in landfill sites.

Before you leave the office, or even during the day why not clear your desk of paper, cups, anything that can be recycled and pop it in your designated recycling bin. If you don’t have a designated bin, it is important that you invest in one to ensure that no rubbish gets mixed up or ends up in the Bermuda triangle drawer that every desk owner possesses.

Not only is recycling important, reusing is just as vital to protecting the environment. Though reusing items may seem unappealing, even using both sides of paper instead of wasting it can help reduce your carbon footprint.

As one of the most common causes of animal deaths in the UK, how about investing in one bag to carry all your shopping in instead of throwing away lots and lots of carrier bags? This way you can help prevent animal deaths and reduce your carbon footprint.

The last tip is to use environmentally friendly products in your work place. Though they may cost a little more, this is a small price to pay when considering the impact of pollution on the world. You don’t have to go full out and replace every desk and chair with something biodegradable, you can start off small. Maybe invest in some recycled paper, refillable printer ink cartridges; even some non-toxic highlighters would do the job.

If you follow these steps you will be well on your way to giving that little something back to the world and transforming your office in bury St Edmunds into an eco-friendly location.