- Use mirrors (place them opposite each other to create the illusion of a mirror enfilade - the space will move apart, it will begin to appear larger)
- Plan for small items lockers of shallow depth, and for shoes - vertical loading systems, equipped with tilting doors
- Provide a bright top light (dim light reduces the size of the room). Properly designed lighting is an important component of a successful design.
- Place closed shelves (mezzanines) of greater depth around the perimeter of the upper walls than other storage systems. They do not weigh down the space, the design is much higher than the line of the human eye.
- Highlight any corner of the room, putting a hard chair there. Visually, it will make the tech-through space cozy, and sitting is more comfortable to wear.
- Provide horizontal surfaces (mirrored consoles, stand-alone tables) where you can put a bag, throw gloves, put keys, then you don’t have to look for them in the morning before going to work
- The original art of the umbrella holder can become the central art object around which the interior is built.