Workplace Style: Monochrome Minimalist

Sleek, monochromatic office fitout often deliver a minimalistic look.

A much more corporate look than other styles, creating a concrete jungle feel. Monochromatic style uses multiple layers of black and white with varied textures adding depth and dimension.
Although monochrome can be sometimes stigmatised as ‘boring’ (and if poorly done it can look like a developer chose the finishes so anyone can move in), with effective interior design, it gives a striking, bold, Manhattan appeal.

Combined with some natural timbers and a pops of greenery (or even your company colour) black and white can look as restrained or as fun as you want it to. Black and white base colour palettes also give you a lot of scope for altering the space as your company changes into the future.

One of our clients asked for their space to look ‘posh’ and we achieved the high class look they were after by using monochromatic tones for their office fitout

Check out some Melbourne office fitout examples here!

The Agency Albert Park office fitout

RT Edgar Toorak office fitout

Jellis Craig Head Office

Magellan Logistic office fitout

Area Specialist Keysborough office fitout