Modern Luxury CEO Office Interior Design
Location: Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
Scope of services: Interior Design
Date: November 2017
Client: Saudi Airlines Catering
A CEO’s office is something that requires careful planning and attention. Executives need a space that’s comfortable, one that can support their specific working style and business needs while still leaving a good impression on potential business partners and clients.
The office should also be branded to reflect the company’s values and serve as an external expression of what drives the business. For this reason, we used Saudi Airlines Catering color schemes and logo style for the modern luxury CEO office interior design.
The client came to us with the idea of expanding the office space to make it more efficient and more unique for the CEO’s daily operations. They wanted a larger area that included the CEO’s office with a chaise lounge, a restroom and changing room, a lounge area, a meeting room that would hold 8 people, an area for the secretary’s office with a waiting area and an entry hall.
The CEO also wanted light brown colors to be used in the design with warm lighting.
The Secretary’s office would not be complete without a brown wooden table with the company’s logo in gold. Three black marble columns were also placed behind the secretary’s table. Two comfortable armchairs were also set next to the secretary’s table as the waiting area.
We got more creative with the meeting area and decided to use squared chandeliers in the middle of the room for a more inviting and comfortable feel. This was very important because we knew that the CEO and other employees would spend hours making important company decisions in the room.
For the CEO’s office, we used light brown wood with grey walls. We opted for black leather for the furniture to add a chic corporate look. We also used a modern chandelier which hung from the ceiling and added an abstract painting with black and gold accents to complete the modern chic look. Hints of gold were also used in the CEO’s table. We also added another table in front of the CEO’s table for smaller meetings.
The lounge area includes matching leather furniture and two coffee tables with accents of gold. The two lampshade lights give the lounge a relaxing tone. We used smoked glass doors and walls to divide the office areas for that luxurious chic look.