Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Office Decor Reflects Core Values: Part I

When you visit The Midas Center's office on 100 Garro Street in Plymouth, you may notice some of the one-of-a-kind decor. Each item used in our office space represents some of our core values and include visual appeal, eco-friendly materials and frugal spending.

Visual appeal is so valuable to us that we have trademarked the term "Visual Integrity." We believe that we live in the age of aesthetics and within a glance, the human eye can measure the level of quality of a business at the first impression. We place a lot of importance on the visual components of how our clients appear to the public and marketplace. Likewise, we value visual components of The Midas Center from our online presence on Facebook, Twitter, our web site and here on our blog. We also our proud to showcase some visual components in our own office.

Each item in our office inspires us and reflects our style. Here is a photo of our chandelier that we found at Habitat for Humanity's ReStore. We rewired and painted it and added vintage beads.

Stay tuned for our next update on how our office decor represents eco-friendly materials and frugal spending.


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