Home Practice Designs Creativity Rules: Unique Frame Displays Encourage Browsing

Creativity Rules: Unique Frame Displays Encourage Browsing

These six doctors put their own personal touches on shelving and displays to create works of art right in their offices.

Dr. Susan Reimbold saved thousands of dollars with her DIY glowing glass shelves that she constructed with the help of her family. Read Dr. Sarah Johle’s story to see all of the unique items she used in her optical and see how Dr. Amy Tran spotlights frames in lighted circles in wood.

Dr. Julie Dolven replaced hanging glass displays—a safety hazard for young patients—with floating walls; Dr. Sarah Jerome used light wood tones to combine shelving with coves of frames emulating an art gallery; and Dr. Kelly Riley created visually appealing shelving that look like little homes.

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