Every so often it’s time to give your business a modern facelift. It can be easy to grow attached to some or all of the fixtures, furniture and general feel of your place. After a while, though, things will likely need updating. You can restore old or antique items, but what if it’s time for a big leap forward into more modern times? If you’re concerned the change will damage attachments from your customers, fret not! There are ways to modernize your business while keeping its traditional charm.
Traditional can mean a couple of different things. It can be the tradition for your region over many decades, or it can be totally unique to you. If, for the past 20 years, your business has become known for its orange shag carpets, then that may be the aspect you are trying to update and preserve simultaneously. In this example, you could replace the carpet with more modern flooring and have some welcome rugs or accent rugs in orange shag. If it’s a regional traditional sense like Southern charm, then you can modernize the business and highlight the tradition and history through art and decor.
You can always showcase the things that have given your business its reputation by displaying them or including them in marketing items. You can find unique ways to update some parts while keeping the same personality. If you’re worried some customers might not appreciate change, consider making small alterations over time. This will help make the transition smoother.