Monthly Archives: April 2014

An Intern’s Perspective

As a Senior Interior Design student at Villa Maria College, I was encouraged to complete an internship in an area of design that I am most interested in. After completing various studio classes, I found that I most enjoyed commercial design. My last studio class focused on Evidence Based Design, designing for the Chemotherapy Infusion… Read more »

Hired! Otis, Chair Tester

Otis is new to Buffalo Office Interiors, but he already considers himself top dog!  Mind you, Otis is my 4 year old Yorkshire terrier. At his first day on the job, Otis strut’s his stuff through the open work area, catching the attention of our design team before heading out to take a run of… Read more »

Design Tip #1

When hanging artwork on a wall, make sure to hang them at eye level. Hanging artwork too high is one of the most common mistakes made.  “Eye level” means different things to different people. As a rule of thumb, position the center of the picture about 5’ 6” – 5’-8” above the floor.  You can always… Read more »