Nice, large walls are just amazing, you can do so much with them!
In my current coworking space, we have one big wall that we painted in blackboard paint, and we are using soapstone chalk (which is way cleaner than normal chalk, as it doesn’t leave dust on your fingers or clothes).
In my previous coworking space, we had a cork wall (which is not that expensive to install), and we ended up sticking so many pictures, news clips, artworks, sticky notes, announcements, and everything else you can think of. It added so much life to the space and gave it a sense of community.
I’ve seen some grass walls that are also used to stick polaroid pictures of the space if you’re willing to get a polaroid and add the cards expenses to your monthly purchases It could be quite expensive.
Lastly, I’ve seen this once but I’m not sure where. the wall had many hangers, and each of them had a card with one word or adjective on it (optimism, luck, happiness, etc.) members then took one card whenever they felt like they needed it, and hung it on their desk for the day. This builds very meaningful conversations between members, and brings the community together.
Hope this helps! let us know what you end up doing
On Thursday, November 10, 2016 at 1:53:37 AM UTC+4, Tyler Byrd wrote:
Hey All, I’d love some brainstorming assistance.
We just added a large room to our existing space. The room has a huge wall. It’s about 12 ft tall by 40 ft long. The room itself does not have a lot of windows. I’m looking for creative ideas, to utilize the wall and create something cool. Something that will make the space a desirable area for people to hang out in. What would you do with the space?
Any and all suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks!