When thinking about signage, you typically think about the signs hanging on the outside of your office doors, but interior signage is just as important. Sometimes, even more!
Interior signs can have various uses. Depending on the need, there are ADA code-compliant interior signs, wayfinding directional signs, and decorative interior signs. Each of these signs serves an essential purpose, but the decorative signage is your business’ elevator pitch.
Above all, decorative signage allows you to have the opportunity to give a first impression! See the different types of interior signs below.
Wall-Mounted Illuminated Channel Letters
Channel letters are three-dimensional letters made from sheet metal; mostly aluminum. Also, LED or neon lights can internally illuminate them. Although they can be used as exterior signs, channel letters are attention-grabbing and bring personality inside of your office space.
Gallery Sign Display
Gallery displays are made using branded content or simple pictures. The images are digitally printed on vinyl that is later adhered to clear acrylic panels and mounted on standoffs. Almost anything can be turned into a gallery display; a menu, a picture collage, or even a fact sheet.
Flat Cut-Out Letters
Commonly made with aluminum or acrylic, flat cut-out letters are pin-mounted and secured with silicone. With a wide variety of finishes, flat cut-out letters are a great way to decorate your office space.
When it comes to interior signage, our team has you covered no matter the need. If you have any more questions, feel free to give us a call!