Selecting Colors: Office Interior Painting

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White walls and white trim are no longer OK when it comes to color choices for your office. Today’s office environments are vibrant, active places that should motivate workers and present a positive image to clients and vendors. The color scheme you choose can have an effect on the mood and emotions of your workers, so taking time to consider your paint options can pay off in increased productivity and improved office morale.

It’s a good idea to seek the advice of a Burlington office painting contractor. Proper use of color can improve lighting, create a sense of a larger or smaller space, and reflect your company’s philosophies. Ask your design professionals about computer programs that will help you see just what the office will look like after it’s painted.

Researchers have discovered that different colors in the work environment have a direct effect on workers. Blues and greens seem to be calming and reassuring, often producing a sense of well-being. Red and yellow are described as ‘stimulating’ colors that can stir up feelings of courage and strength as well as aggression and action. Black and white combinations are often thought to evoke a sense of authority and power.

Color combinations can often modify a powerful color while maintaining a comfortable ambiance. Be careful using any intense or extreme color, such as neon green or fire engine red since they can be very stimulating. If you are drawn to these colors, use them in moderation. Remember accessories like picture frames, plants and flower arrangements can also add color to the office theme.

As you think about colors, don’t forget about the floor and windows. Floor treatments are now available that reflect light and brighten rooms. Ask your painting contractor about floor coverings and window trims that best utilize natural light.

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