“We worked directly with our account managers, Sue and Teresa, who helped us from start to finish. It was a huge job we undertook and the service and advice we received was extremely helpful. We are delighted with the end result.”
– Ellisons Solicitors
Ellisons wanted to update the appearance of its reception area and client meeting rooms within its Colchester office. The existing furniture was functional, yet dated. So, it embarked on a project, driven by the Marketing team, to refit these client-facing areas to reflect the firm’s professional image.
Ellisons contacted InteriorsTeam for a quote for the refit. Once we were chosen for the project, we began working with Ellisons to select the most suitable furnishings based on the image the Marketing team had in mind and the dimensions available.
We arranged showroom visits so Ellisons could view the options available and try and feel samples. Alongside these visits, we worked with Ellisons to ‘space plan’ its client-facing areas, including drafting floor-plans and layouts to make the best use of the space available. Based on this, some of Ellisons’ past furnishings were exchanged for items in different shapes which better suited the areas in scope.
Once the floor-plan and furnishings were finalised, we arranged for the installation to take place on a single day on a weekend. This removed any disruption to Ellisons’ working week and meant the re-fitted client-facing areas were ready for use first thing on Monday morning.
The furnishings installed included:
>> Reception desks from Clarke Rendall
>> Soft seating and stools from Senator (Allermuir, Fifty Series and Pause ranges)
>> Meeting room tables and chairs from Senator (Ad-Lib and Symmetry ranges)
>> Metal storage from Bisley
Who is Ellisons Solicitors?
Founded in 1764, Ellisons Solicitors has been established in the East of England for over 250 years. The firm comprises 18 partners and 120 employees across five locations. Its services span a range of disciplines for a broad client base, ranging from large corporate organisations to public sector bodies, smaller family businesses to private individuals.