How To Design Color For A Veterinarian Office

When choosing color for a Veterinarian office there are many things you have to consider. I’d like to share this design I did for a virtual client I’m currently working with in Arkansas.

The first thing I did was think about a color scheme. I wanted a soothing palette because as you know, Dr. offices of any kind can be stressful. Having soft colors will help relax and just make everyone a little less on edge, plus it looks great.

I just adore these chairs! They are literally the perfect chair for a Veterinarian office. Not only do they look great but they can easily be cleaned or disinfected. They also do not have any arms which makes holding a pet or cage very easy. These are the important details that can make or break a new office.

The lamp joins in on the contemporary flair of this design and the brown desk will look perfect against the blue backdrop.

Adding fun art of animals to coordinate in each room is a must and before you know it, your office is complete.


About Donna Frasca

I am an energy that has found a new vibration and frequency. Through many years of writing, learning, and experiencing, I've found comfort in trusting in myself and in Spirit.
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8 Responses to How To Design Color For A Veterinarian Office

  1. Really like those chairs. Can you mention the resource for those? THX.

  2. Linsey says:

    I’m in love with these colors. Any chance I can get the name and brand of them?

  3. Jennifer says:

    Where did you find chairs like that?! I’m an office manager at a vet office and we are lookin for new lobby chairs and with the current environment we need chairs that can be disinfected. I would love to know what company Thanks!

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