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5 Tips For Dressing Up Your Commercial Entryway



The first thing potential tenants, clients, customers, and employees see when they approach your commercial building is the entryway. From plants and flowers to the walkway and steps, ensure your entryway looks its best so you can make a great first impression.

Here are 5 tips creating a beautiful entryway for your commercial building.

1. Appealing Walkway
Walkways are high-traffic areas, and while they can be high maintenance, it’s worth it to do something nice here. Consider installing pavers or stonework versus a plain concrete walkway. If you’re feeling creative, add patterns or play with colors. 

2. Retaining Walls
Retaining walls are not only great for preventing erosion and making use of sloped properties, they add beautiful curb appeal. Add seasonal plants, staircases, and unique lighting to your retaining wall to give it a personalized touch. This is also a great place to add a wheelchair ramp for your commercial entryway. 

3. Use Large Planting Containers
This is an extremely simple way to add beautiful aesthetics to your entryway. Be creative. A variety of attractive containers filled with plants and flowers will add a nice pop of color. Consider planting a small tree in the center and playing with patterns to really spice things up.
  
4. Add Seating
Adding a stone, wood, or mental bench to your commercial entryway will provide a space for visitors, employees, or tenants to sit back, relax, and enjoy your beautiful landscaping. 

5. Create Small Gardens
If you have a roundabout or island near your entryway, think about creating small, unique gardens. Add short paver or stone walkways to give visitors room to stretch their legs. A green space is an inviting space.

Need help dressing up your commercial entryway in the Twin Cities Metro? Give Witt’s End Landscaping a call! 


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