Dental Office Inspiration – Stylish Designs That Deserve To Come Home With You

Nobody likes to go to the dentist but there’s this trick that dental offices employ to fool our minds. By giving the dental office design features that make the space feel cozy, welcoming and homey, all of the sudden it feels a lot less scary to be there. And once you’re out of there, you bring home more than just a healthy tooth. You also leave with a few great design ideas you can implement in your own home. Quite the trick, wouldn’t you say?

Our Family Dental Clinic.

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A dental clinic that has brick walls, comfy seats and a stunning ceiling can’t possibly be lacking character. How beautiful are these vintage brick walls? They’re the element that gives this clinic its inviting and harmonious look and, combined with the round table and cozy seating nook, they make this waiting area feel like a charming coffee place. I could definitely such a design adapted for a family home.{found on friendsdesign}.

Dental Quarters.

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The Dental Quarters in Perth, Western Australia has an interior decorated with one-of-a-kind items found in antique shops and during long sessions of searching the internet for furniture and accessories that have lots of character and all we can say is that the designers’ effort paid off. Those armchairs are absolutely exquisite and the tiny dining nook looks just like a portion taken from a chic apartment which means you can replicate the look in your own home and it will look just as awesome.

Horacek Dental.

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Something as simple as a coffee corner and a comfy seating area can drastically transform what would otherwise be a cold and scary space. The chalkboard wall gives the waiting room a really nice and playful feel, making the ambiance more casual and enjoyable and it’s a feature often found in residential kitchens.{found on fieldworkdesign}.

Colorful Dental Clinic.

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An interior design filled with antiques, vintage brick accents and cozy features isn’t the only way to go if you’re trying to make a dental office more attractive and enjoyable. There’s also the more modern approach defined by bold colors and simplicity. Each zone has its own defining color, a really interesting strategy that can also be used at home, particularly to separate zones sharing the same floor plan.

Dental INN.

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Dental INN (in Viernheim, Germany) has an interior design that would look really cool if adapted to a private home. Imagine that organically-shaped island in the kitchen, separating the areas in an open floor plan and those glass walls with forest overprint in the bathroom or adapted to serve as sliding glass doors separating the indoor and outdoor areas.

Barcelona Clinic.

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A calm and relaxing atmosphere in very important in a dental clinic. To achieve that for this space in Barcelona, the designing team used solid wood to create sculptural elements for the walls and ceilings and vertical gardens to bring the outdoors in a subtle yet eye-catching way. Both these design strategies could be employed when planning a modern remodel for your own home.

Dental Angels.

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The main problem with dental offices in general is that they’re white, cold and sterile spaces. However, the color is not the problem. It’s the way you use it and the way you combine it with exquisite architecture to get the sophisticated and unique look that YLAB Arquitectos created for Dental Angels in Barcelona, Spain. Not too shabby, is it?

Clinic in Lisbon.

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Other designers try to stay as away from white, cold decors as possible. In the case of this Dental Clinic in Lisbon, Pedra Silva Architects employed a dark color palette but only for the social and reception areas. This creates a clear distinction between the environments. The actual treatments areas are designed to feel bright, serene and hygienic. Not a bad way of differentiating the functions in a large space.

Dental Clinic.

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In Oporto, Portugal, there’s this Dental Clinic designed by Paulo Merlini that could be easily mistaken for a private residence. The layout, the interior design, the furniture and the accessories, all point to that direction. A familiar sensation of calm and comfort defines the whole clinic. Even the treatment room feels peaceful and relaxing. Sit back and relax in the chair facing a vegetation box. This feature would look perfect in a master bathroom or inside a zen bedroom.

Dental Bliss.

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Integrated Field put a playful spin on their design for Dental Bliss, a clinic in Bangkok, Thailand. Although the color scheme is pretty much basic, the interior has this warm and relaxing feel that usually defines comfy seating areas and living rooms in private homes. The waiting area features whole bunch of cubes in two different shades of white and enveloped in leather. They can be freely moved around and used to create custom seating. A super practical and modular idea for modern living rooms.

Kids Themed.

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Going to the dentist is a pretty scary experience even as an adult but can you remember how terrifying this was as a kid? If only there was a clinic that looked like this back then. This dental office is designed like a theme park. You have The Adventurer room featuring a combination of safari, exploration and jungle-themed elements, with colorful murals and fun accessories such as a treasure chest, a genie lamp and other such details. You could use this as inspiration when designing your kid’s room.{found on embellishmentskids}.