Decorate A Franchise: How to Find the Right Décor for a Franchise Business

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Finding décor for a business can be hard, but decorating or finding décor for a franchise business can be particularly challenging. The décor in each individual business location needs to tie together with your franchise’s overreaching theme, and this isn’t always easy.

Tips for Decorating a Franchise

Because you probably know more about running a business than you do about interior design, we are sharing a few tips to help you with this process.


Pick a Theme or Mood

If you are looking to expand your business, the first thing you need to do when thinking about franchise décor is to pick a theme. Your first business may be a collection of random décor with a loose theme, but if you are looking to expand, you need to make your theme more defined. Unless you have a really niche business concept, you may want to keep it general to make it easier to follow at each location. Write down some basic concepts and your color palette so that you can use these ideas when you open new businesses.


Fill Up the Walls

The fastest and easiest way to make a room look complete is to fill up the blank walls. Blank walls make a business look incomplete or unwelcoming, so the first thing you should do when you are trying to decorate a franchise is fill up the walls. Look for professional framing that will make your business look polished instead of just thrown together with art that looks out of place.


Don’t Forget About the Details

While a general concept and theme make it easier to decorate a franchise business, don’t forget about the details. Especially with the presence of social media, the details can make a huge difference for the success of your business. Instead of focusing solely on what photos to hang, you need to think about what frames to hang them in. Custom framing can help you ensure that you get exactly what you want, and our art framers can guide you in the process if you are not sure what you are looking for.


Find High-Volume Framers

It is unrealistic to think that you will be able to find everything you need at a small shop near each location, especially if you want to be consistent. You need a company that can handle high-volume framing so that your décor matches or ties together no matter which franchise store you are in. We offer commercial art framing so that big businesses do not have to worry about this problem and to make finding décor for a franchise business easier.


At Rosenbaum Framing, we understand that you take pride in your franchise, so every detail needs to be just right. Let us help you with all of your framing needs so that you can focus less on the decorating and more on running a successful franchise.


Stacey Moss

Author: Stacey Moss

Stacey Moss is a trained artist who has been custom framing for more than 27 years. She excels at finding the perfect moulding to complement whatever is being framed, and she treats every piece she frames as though it were a priceless piece of fine art. If it's valuable to our client, it's valuable to her.