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First Louisiana Bank - Shreveport, LA

Lobby: The focal point of the lobby is the reception area, which welcomes customers and helps to direct them to the appropriate location. The four triangular columns that define the reception area complement the angles in the nearby tile design to create a visually interesting entrance.

Board Room: This minimal design of this board room utilizes clean lines and strong colors to create a contemporary meeting space for bank executives and directors.

Bank of Waynesboro - Collinwood, TN

Lobby: This lobby utilizes clean lines and a rich color scheme to create a timeless interior space. The color scheme complements the wood tones in the medium cherry teller line while the chandelier accentuates the trey ceiling above the check desk.

First Community Bank of Central Alabama - Wetumpka, AL

Teller Line: This traditional teller line is a medium-cherry wood veneer with granite accents, and its minimal design accentuates the natural beauty of the wood. The brass wall logo behind the teller line adds extra appeal and helps to define the space.

Seating Area: The vibrant red wool fabric on the chairs coordinates with the oversized artwork to create a relaxing atmosphere for waiting customers.

Georgia Telco Credit Union - Lilburn, GA

Teller Line: This contemporary teller line is crafted from cherry wood with satin finished chrome and etched glass accents. The area surrounding the teller line uses retail merchandising to educate members on credit union services and raise awareness about special promotions. The purpose of these signs and kiosks are two-fold — first, they capture member attention in a high-traffic area and second, they complement the interior design scheme by offering visual impact. In addition, the custom-made wall logo above the conference room highlights the vaulted ceiling while reinforcing their brand.

Reception Area: The check desk and reception desk coordinate with the teller line, providing continuity between the different elements of the lobby. The signage clearly directs members to the appropriate areas and blends with the overall design of the space.

First State Bank - Union City, TN

Lobby and Conference Room: The French double doors and the transom above separate the public waiting area from the private conference room while preserving the open feel of this main office. The artwork beside the doors provides a splash of color and accents the neutral color scheme of the carpet and furniture.

Teller Line: This traditional teller line is crafted from cherry wood and features recessed and applied molding below the granite deal plates and purse ledges.

Balcony: This second-floor balcony creates an open feel for this main office by offering views of the spacious lobby below. The accent columns mimic the larger columns on the first floor, and the balcony design, including the trey ceiling and accent cove lighting, showcase the chandelier. The custom-made chandelier is the centerpiece of the building and is more than seven feet tall.

Community First Bank - New Iberia, LA


Lobby: This cohesive interior package utilizes a mix of colors, textures and materials. The floors are covered with a porcelain tile and its blue-green finish matches the complementary tile pattern on the teller line. The ceiling contributes to the architectural detail of the lobby while the soothing color scheme softens the space. At the far right, a smoked mirror and etched glass custom wall logo adds a decorative touch while reinforcing the bank's brand image.

Jackson Bank & Trust - Cookeville, TN

Lobby: The signature element of this lobby is the exquisite teller line custom crafted from richly detailed cherry wood with brass reliefs and oriental green, rounded marble deal plates. Matching check desks and a concierge desk were designed to complement the teller line.

Board Room: Another custom element that sets this interior apart from others are the massive windows accented with richly textured window treatments.

First Farmers & Merchants National Bank - Columbia, TN

Lobby: The curved concierge desk provides a friendly atmosphere for greeting bank customers. The brass wall logo combined with merchandising materials help to create a retail feel for this full-service main office.

Boardroom: The 22-foot boat-shaped conference table is the focal point of this sophisticated boardroom. Inspired by a similar piece at the Federal Reserve in Atlanta, the table features a mahogany inlay with an olive ash burl border. Bowl lights with brass accents add warmth and offer an elegant finish to this impressive room.

Peoples Bank - Clifton, TN

Lobby: The inspiration for this lobby came from old photos of Clifton landmarks. All of the interior elements work together to provide modern banking conveniences while maintaining the charm of its historic influence. The arches behind the teller line provide partial views of the teller work area and add architectural interest while the octagonal and dot pattern in the porcelain tile complements the carved wood teller line, check desks and judge's paneling.

President's Office: The two-story turret creates a unique design for this president's office. The elegant furnishings coupled with main street views provide a relaxing and functional workspace.

First National Bank of Oneida - Huntsville, TN

The interiors of this bank reflect the mountain setting – deep earth tones with wood trim, judge’s paneling and stacked stone accents. The one-of-a-kind teller line repeats the wood and stone theme found on the exterior. Notice in the lobby photo the interesting mix of finishes, which come together to create a rich and warm interior.

Lincoln County Bank - Fayetteville, TN

The repetitive columns and patterned floor draw the eye to a richly detailed mahogany teller line and the bank’s own gold eagle statue. The unique statue had long been associated with the bank and a prominent location was sought for it when the bank was renovated by DBC.

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