A simple way to brighten office walls whilst promoting your products

Rutland Plastics have added the finishing touch to their new manufacturing premises by displaying impressive images of their products and factory processes.

The professionally mounted and coated photographs are a conversation starter with visitors and a source of pride for workers.

“We had a lot of bare wall space,” explains Marketing Manager Stuart Lovett.

“In the lobby area we had an empty feature wall with three spotlights and there is a long corridor which we often take visitors along. We thought it would be a great idea to decorate these areas with some artwork and, even better, use some of the wonderful photos that had been taken for our brochures and our website.

“Quiet Storm used our photos to create a total of 25 graphic boards. We have a large one in the lobby, twenty A1 size boards line both sides of the long corridor and we have placed some smaller ones in the office area. Visitors admire them and we have had a great response from employees.”

The images we have chosen lend themselves to an artistic display because of the colours and the unusual angles some are taken from. Laminating the photos and mounting them on foam backed boards gives a professional finish which is also novel and contemporary. The turnaround was very quick and the quality is excellent.”

Stuart Lovett, Marketing Manager
Rutland Plastics

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