Conversations between healthcare interior designer Cheryl Janis and big-hearted industry professionals, designers, artists, and creatives. Together we share design inspiration, resources, and tools for your patient-centered medical, dental, healthcare practice or beauty business.
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14 - Avoid this lighting, trust me
What if the lighting in your office, clinic, exam or treatment room is making your staff and patients feel depressed and sad? Wouldn't you want to know?
13 - You'll Never Get A Second Chance to Make a First Impression
How to create a positive first impression in the entryway of your medical or healthcare space
12 - How to design the healthcare space for kids
How to design the healthcare space for kids
11 - 💰Money, Feng Shui and Your Wellness Space
💰Money and Feng Shui. How do you feel about the green stuff? Does spending it on the design of your healthcare or wellness business (or anything else) feel like you’re about to get attacked by a swarm of bees?
10 - 2 design tricks to hanging your artwork that get your patients drooling
2 design tricks to hanging your artwork that get your patients drooling
09 - Before you spend $1 on your waiting room redesign, do this one thing
Companion piece to The Waiting Room Cure book. I’m sure you know your patients and clients as individuals, but do you know if your practice appeals to certain groups within your community? Here’s what you need to know (and do) before investing your first dollar in the re-design of your waiting room.
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Decor game changer
Thank you for the wealth of information. I have learned so much. It has really changed the way I decorated my Aesthetic Solo Office.
It's just a round table...
I found out about this podcast through another podcast, Lori Crete's Beauty Biz. During Cheryl's interview with Lori I heard some simple things that interested me enough to head over to this podcast and have a listen. There are, of course, some episodes that don't necessarily apply to me. I'm not a dentist working on the placement of my chair before they drill it into the floor forever. However, there is PLENTY of things *I* can take home from this. The piece that hit me the hardest (in a good wake-up call kind of way) was an episode in which the ladies spoke about shapes. I looked around my room, which is fairly large for a solo-practitioner (15'x18') and 99% of the things in here were rectangular. I have one round pillow and a couple blue mason jars that house faerie lights...I have a round stool I sit on...my water cup is round. See how i'm REACHING to find different shapes??! hahaha, so I hopped on fbmarketplace and just looked at things. tables, chairs, anything. I just...looked. I was not looking for anything in particular, I knew if I saw something it would jump out at me. Then BOOM. A vintage, round coffee table. Maybe 2.5-3ft in diameter, and even MORE cool, the top spun around! So if I'm on one side and want your cookies in front of you, i can move the top and it turns and brings your side of the table to me. I bought it (she even gave it to me for half the cost she posted it for because she "supports small business") and I replaced the small rectangular table I had sitting in front of the couch. *I* even immediately liked the space better . I didn't know what to anticipate or expect but *I* liked it. Then, basically every.single.female.client I had that week noticed the new table. Most of them noticed the display frames I have on the walls that have rounded edges - and those have been there for a while. All of this to say--LISTEN TO THESE LADIES. Pick one thing. JUST ONE. make the adjustment to your space, and see what happens! I'm inspired to paint my ceiling next! And I have introduced a few more round "things" in the space that add dimension, a touch of color, and a smile on my face when I simply look up to see it them. GO. Listen. Then pick one thing and make the change, add something, take something away, paint something, move a piece of furniture. I have ordered the color cure book as well, I have the extra material like the color cheat sheet, and top 5 gray colors. So fun. I now notice these types of things everywhere I go. I want to paint my apartment! It's what I call "landlord white." that off-white/beige/dingy color on the ceiling, walls AND the tile is the same color-ish too. BOOOOO - but...not for long. The Colore Cure and Wellness Design Podcast are going to be game changers to more than just my work space. (steps away from podium).
I love this podcast SO much! Cheryl and Rhea have a chemisty and knowledge that is infectious and delightful! Their knowledge base is expansive and I find myself inspired even if it's an episode that doesn't appear to "speak" to me or the design issues in my own clinic.